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  • Saturday April 22nd, 2023 @ 13:49

Saints Alive! - St Pat's In The Brian Kerr Era (1986-96)

An interview with Dermot Looney and Brian Kerr.

This event at Richmond Barracks will see former Pat's manager and Irish football legend Brian Kerr interviewed by St Pat's historian Dermot Looney, author of the recently-published Saints Rising - The Early History of St Patrick's Athletic FC.

Brian will speak about his ten years in charge at the Saints, bringing a club who had fallen on hard times back to the top of Irish football to win two League of Ireland Premier Division titles.

The event will explore the move away from Richmond Park, the struggles of getting back to Inchicore, adventures in Europe and further afield, and some of the characters on and off the pitch who made this a golden era for St Pat's and football in Dublin 8. The interview will be accompanied by videos and images from the era, and will feature a Q and A session for those in attendance. All welcome.

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This event will be followed by

Saints Alive! - Player Panels at The Saint public house, Emmet Rd Inchicore,

8pm, Saturday May 13th

This event will immediately follow the Richmond Barracks talk. Club legends who played for St Pat's between 1986 and 1996 will tell their stories at a light-hearted event in The Saint public house.

They will be interviewed in a panel format by Saints fans Paul Maguire and Joe O'Rourke.

Video highlights of games from the era will be displayed in the pub on the night. Over 18s only.

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Founded in 1929 the 'Saints' are the current FAI Cup holders and play in the Premier Division of the SSE Airtricity League at Richmond Park, in Inchicore Dublin 8, Ireland.

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