Glen Crowe currently plays for Bohemians in Ireland, his second spell at the club. He is a prolific goalscorer in the league of Ireland and has represented the Republic of Ireland national football team on two occasions.
Glen began his career with Stella Maris Football Club where he played all his schoolboy football before signing professionally forWolves and scored on his first full game against Charlton Athletic in May 1996. He had loan spells at Cardiff City, Exeter City and Plymouth Argyle before returning to Dublin to join Roddy Collins' Bohs in pre-season 1999.
Crowe was top scorer for Bohemians in his first season with 9 league goals. The following season (2000/01), Glen formed a potent partnership with new-signing Trevor Molloy and broke the eircom League goal-scoring record by hitting 25 league goals (35 in all competitions) as Bohemians won their first league title since 1978 and their first league and FAI Cup double since 1928. He also scored in Bohemians' UEFA cup run, both home and away against 1. FC Kaiserslautern. This form led Mick McCarthy to call him into the international squad in the summer of 2001 for the World Cup qualifiers against Portugal and Estonia.
He became the first Eircom League player to be capped by Ireland for 16 years (the last being Shamrock Rovers' Pat Byrne) in November 2002 when Don Givens selected him in a friendly against Greece.
He won his second cap for Ireland in April 2003 when coming on as a late substitute at Lansdowne Road in a friendly international against Norway.
Crowe once again starred as Bohs won their 2nd league title in 3 years in 2003 but left Bohemians for Dublin rivals Shelbourne in a controversial move in December 2004 where he formed a fearsome partnership with Jason Byrne. He claimed his third league winning medal in November 2006 ironically scoring the winning goal against his old club Bohemians to clinch Shels' third title in four seasons.
He re-joined Bohemians in early 2007 where he continues to show his devastating goalscoring process. He has scored 153 goals for Bohs in all competitions, 116 of those in the league in 211 league appearances.
He is also 10th in the all time League of Ireland goalscoring list with 138 strikes. These stats are correct as of November 10th 2007.