Real nameKevin O'Connor
Age36 (Born 24 Feb, 1982)
Height5ft 11in (1.8m)
Weight12st (76.19kg)
Place of birthBlackburn


Brentford 01 Aug, 99 01 Aug, 15 Trainee 371 (54)3228 (3)419 (1)420 (4)4
Totals   £0 371 (54)3228 (3)419 (1)420 (4)4
Goals per Game    0.07 0.12 n/a 0.16

Games played by Kevin O'Connor in 2008/2009

League TwoSa 09Aug 2008Bury1 - 0Brentford
Carling CupTu 12Aug 2008Swansea2 - 0Brentford
League TwoSa 16Aug 2008Brentford4 - 0Grimsby
League TwoSa 23Aug 2008Barnet0 - 1Brentford
Football League TropTu 02Sep 2008Brentford2 - 2Yeovil
1 goal1
League TwoSa 06Sep 2008Brentford2 - 1Dag & Red
Football League TropTu 07Oct 2008Luton2 - 2Brentford
League TwoSa 18Oct 2008Aldershot1 - 1Brentford
League TwoTu 21Oct 2008Brentford3 - 1Morecambe
League TwoSa 01Nov 2008Brentford1 - 2Rochdale
English FA CupSu 09Nov 2008Havant & W1 - 3Brentford
League TwoSa 15Nov 2008Port Vale0 - 3Brentford
League TwoSa 22Nov 2008Brentford1 - 1Darlington (old)
League TwoTu 25Nov 2008Luton0 - 1Brentford
English FA CupFr 28Nov 2008Barrow2 - 1Brentford
League TwoSa 13Dec 2008Brentford2 - 1Bradford
League TwoSa 20Dec 2008Gillingham1 - 1Brentford
League TwoFr 26Dec 2008Brentford2 - 0Bournemouth
League TwoSu 28Dec 2008Exeter0 - 2Brentford
League TwoSa 10Jan 2009Lincoln2 - 2Brentford
League TwoSa 17Jan 2009Brentford1 - 1Notts Co
League TwoSa 24Jan 2009Macclesfield2 - 0Brentford
League TwoTu 27Jan 2009Brentford3 - 0Aldershot
League TwoSa 31Jan 2009Shrewsbury1 - 3Brentford
League TwoTu 03Feb 2009Morecambe2 - 0Brentford
League TwoSa 07Feb 2009Brentford3 - 0Chester
League TwoTu 10Feb 2009Accrington1 - 1Brentford
League TwoSa 14Feb 2009Brentford2 - 0Port Vale
League TwoSa 21Feb 2009Rochdale1 - 2Brentford
League TwoSa 28Feb 2009Brentford1 - 0Bury
League TwoTu 03Mar 2009Grimsby0 - 1Brentford
League TwoSa 07Mar 2009Rotherham0 - 0Brentford
League TwoTu 10Mar 2009Brentford1 - 0Barnet


Match in Focus


Ireland v N Ireland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Ireland have two clean sheets in nine home games
Expert verdict
This will be a friendly in name only and looks set to conjure up goals in the first Irish derby since 2011. Both sides are out of form and bottom of their Nations League groups but will be motivated to perform under the lights of the Aviva Stadium. The return of Kyle Lafferty should be a big boost for the visitors.


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