07 February, 2011

"I knew we'd hold off Man. United," - former Cork City star KEVIN DOYLE is FAI Irish Senior International Football of the Year 2010:

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YOU BEAUTY: Wolves' KEVIN DOYLE nets the winner against Man. United

"I knew we'd hold off Man. Utd." - Kevin Doyle gives his view on Wolves' week end win over the Red Devils

Kevin Doyle doing what he does best
Wolves' former CORK CITY FC starlet KEVIN DOYLE has been announced as the 3/FAI Senior Irish International Footballer of the Year 2010 at a gala ceremony in Dublin last night. Doyle finished ahead of Richard Dunne and John O'Shea, who were the other candidates shortlisted for the FAI's top prize. It is the second time Doyle has won the award, the first being 2008.
The Wexford native has grown into an extremely important player for his country, and had double reason to celebrate after receiving the goal of the year award for his belter against Andorra during a Euro 2012 at the Aviva Stadium in September.
"I wasn't expecting it," said the ever humble Doyle. "The last time I won it, I got word a couple of weeks before, but I didn't get it this time so it's a genuine shock to me."

The awards completed a memorable weekend for Doyle, who scored a crucial winner for Wolves against Manchester United on Saturday. 

3/Football Association of Ireland AWARDS 2010:
3/FAI Senior International Player of 2010: Kevin Doyle (Wolves)

Shane Long: Young Player of 2010

Young International Player of 2010:    Shane Long (Reading)

Séamus Coleman
 Under-21 Player of 2010: Séamus Coleman (Everton)

FAI/Airtricity League Player of 2010:    Gary Twigg (Shamrock Rovers)

Hall of Fame 2010 Inductee:   Frank Stapleton

International Personality of 2010:    Ian Rush 

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