Dan Lucey

  • Start Date: March 19, 2015
  • Article Count: 129

Dan Lucey’s Biography

Dan Lucey is an interviewer for ExtraTime.ie. He has penned articles for both Cork City and Luton Town’s official programmes.

Dan has written numerous interviews and was a regular attendee at League of Ireland fixtures for many a year. He was previously PRO for The Sextant FC (now East Village FC), for who he produced online match reports, previews, team news and photos.

Despite currently living in Australia and the wrong side of 40, Dan plays competitive football twice a week, while still finding time to pursue potential interviewees.

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Vinny Faherty

Vinny Faherty: It’s been frustrating and tough at Galway

Sean Prunty enjoyed great success with his home town teamLongford Town

Seán Prunty reflects on success with his home town team, coming to terms with his early retirment and the joys now of coaching under-age teams at St. Mochta's

Boland is currently Director of Coaching at UCD/Mount Merrion

Willie Boland: ‘I played 60 Premier League game without getting an Irish cap’

Ollie Horgan

Ollie Horgan: ‘We didn’t do egos [at Finn Harps]. We did the hard work and didn’t believe in any arrogance.'

Georgie Kelly

Georgie Kelly: ‘I didn’t think I’d have the ability to play in the Championship’

Collie O'Neill (left) with Stephanie Zambra and  Rovers' Head of Women's Football Jason Carey

Collie O’Neill: ‘Shamrock Rovers are really backing it. Whatever the men have, the women are going to have. It’s not just a token because women’s football is doing well at the moment.’

Waterford's Bastien Héry clashes with Cork City boss John Caulfield during the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division game between Waterford FC and Cork City in April 2018

Bastien Hery on his time playing under Alan Reynolds at Waterford: ‘In terms of the dressing room and the experience, it was definitely the best for me.”

Aaron McEneff

Aaron McEneff: ‘We’ve enjoyed life so far, since moving out here (to Australia). There’s some very good players in the league with teams who try and play good football’


Jamie McGonigle: 'Being offered an extension so early into my contract gave me great confidence in how I was valued at Derry City'


John Coady: 'I trained the same way as I played and that helped me with my longevity.'

Mick Leahy in European action for UCD against Slovan Bratislava

Mick Leahy on his current FIFPRO role, on playing with Georgie Kelly in UCD Super League and fashion advice for Paul Corry and Conan Byrne

Ciarán Kilduff in colours of Shelbourne

Ciarán Kilduff: 'Combining studying and playing at UCD, allowed me to get the best out of myself'


Barry Prenderville: ‘In the past English clubs would give 2,000 quid or a bag of balls to an Irish schoolboy club for a player’

Amber Barrett scoring for Ireland against Georgia last November

Amber Barrett: ‘You’re going up against the likes of Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg, with absolutely world-class players’

Longford Town boss Gary Cronin

Gary Cronin: ‘I knew the merger was coming and that wasn’t for me. The right thing to do was move on.'

Paul Doolin

Paul Doolin: 'A lot of us were pushed to the side and I don’t think we were trendy enough'

Dinny Corcoran

Dinny Corcoran: 'I'd a great relationship with the people at Bohs and I loved my time there'

Richard Brush: ‘The people here in Sligo are so friendly. I was never an outsider.’

James Doona (left) celebrating scoring for Athlone Town against Wexford in last April's 3-0 win

James Doona: 'As soon as I chatted to Colin Healy, everything just clicked'

Tony Sheridan

Tony Sheridan: 'I'm a Shelbourne man and still a fan. It was probably one of my biggest mistakes leaving Shelbourne.'

Greg Yelverton: 'It's remarkable for our young people to walk out in front of 80,000 people in Naples, carrying the Irish flag.'

Paul Keegan in action for Bray

Paul Keegan: ‘We won League One and played in the Championship. We played against some great teams, with huge budgets.’

Millennium Stadium hosted the 2005 Football League One play-off final

Jon Daly: ‘The sheer joy, emotion and noise in the Millennium stadium will stay with me forever’

Conor Nestor: 'Coach development has gotten much better'

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