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Richard Sadlier (born on 14 January 1979 in Dublinmarker) is an Irish former professional footballer and former CEO of St Patrick's Athletic F.C. .He has 2 sisters and 1 brother.


Career

He began his career at youth level with Leicester Celtic and Belvedere FC in Dublin before joining Millwall F.C.. He was educated at St. Benildus College where he excelled on on the sports fields.

He formed a strike force with Robbie Keane at the FIFA World Youth Championship finals in Nigeria in 1999

A striker, Sadlier scored 34 goals in 103 starts for Millwall.

Sadlier's only cap for the Republic of Ireland national football team came against Russia in a friendly at Lansdowne Roadmarker on 13 February 2002. He was highly favoured to make Mick McCarthy's final 23 man Republic of Ireland squad for the 2002 World Cup Finals, but had to withdraw with a hip injury which ultimately ended his football career prematurely

In an interview with RedTV, Mark McGhee named Sadlier as potentially the best player he'd ever worked with in his managerial career.

Career after Football

Sadlier in 2006 was approached to write a column on soccer in The Sunday Independent after previously doing some punditry work with Setanta Sports. His columns were quickly regarded as insightful and humorous drawing on his experience of his time at Milwall.

In 2007 he was appointed to the board of St Patrick's Athletic F.C. .

In 2008, Sadlier joined RTÉ's panel of pundits for its Eircom League coverage, dominated by Monday Night Soccer .

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