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Frank Brady
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Frank Brady played for Fordsons and the Irish Free State during the 1920s. He is the great uncle of legendary Republic of Ireland international Liam Brady.

Another great nephew and brother of Liam, Ray Brady was also an Irish international.

A third great nephew and Brady brother, Pat was also a professional footballer.

Brady played twice for the Irish Free State during the 1920s. He made his international debut in a 3-0 away defeat against Italy on March 21 1926. His team mates on that day included Harry Cannon, Jack McCarthy and Bob Fullam. Brady was a controversial inclusion in the team.

At the time he was in dispute with his club, Fordsons, having being dropped for an FAI Cup replay against Shelbourne on January 16. He took no further part in his club’s successful cup campaign and did not retain his place until after his return from Italy. However during this time he played for a League of Ireland XI in a 3-1 win against an Irish League XI and impressed the selectors. In the subsequent game against Italy he played at right-back and, despite finishing on the losing side, put in an impressive performance.

Brady won his second cap on April 23 1927 against an Italy B team in a 2-1 defeat at Lansdowne Road. Playing as a left-back, Brady captained a team that also included Tommy Muldoon, Mick O'Brien, Joe Kendrick, Harry Duggan, Bob Fullam and Bill Lacey.
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Frank Brady's playing record
Season Openin. Subst. Goals Yellows Reds
1926 1 0 0 0 0
1927 1 0 0 0 0
Total 2 0 0 0 0
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Frank Brady's full debut
21.03.1926 at 00:00 Friendly A Italy  


Last 10 games where Frank Brady started | Show All
23.04.1927 at 00:00 Friendly H Italy 1 - 2
21.03.1926 at 00:00 Friendly A Italy  


Games in which Frank Brady was a Substitute.
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