Former Irish international Alan McLoughlin has sadly died at the age of 54. He was the scorer of some of the most iconic goals in the Ireland’s football history. Sadly it was announced that he died after a battle with cancer.
McLoughlin’s late goal in Belfast on a in 1993 secured the draw against Northern Ireland, which booked the Republic of Ireland into the incredible 1994 World Cup in the USA.
The midfielder was a regular and partial player in Jack Charlton’s squad, but arguable that goal will be his most memorable. RIP
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