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#Rise of Kenny

# rise-of-kenny - Friday 21 August, 2020

'This is a goal that probably changes the history of Irish football'
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# Looking Back

'This is a goal that probably changes the history of Irish football'

Updated Aug 21st 2020, 8:31 AM 26,344 Views 5 Comments

The latest episode of ‘Rise of Kenny’ looks at the manager’s unforgettable stint at Dundalk and a famous win over BATE.

# rise-of-kenny - Friday 14 August, 2020

'One player was dragged back from chasing him up the bus to get his can of Coke back'
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# Rise Of Kenny

'One player was dragged back from chasing him up the bus to get his can of Coke back'

Updated Aug 14th 2020, 9:01 AM 38,627 Views 17 Comments

Kevin Brannigan chats to David Sneyd about Stephen Kenny’s fraught and short tenue at Shamrock Rovers in this week’s episode of The Rise of Kenny.

# rise-of-kenny - Friday 31 July, 2020

'As time goes by, a lot of Dunfermline fans are thinking: "We should have given him more time'"
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# Looking Back

'As time goes by, a lot of Dunfermline fans are thinking: "We should have given him more time'"

Jul 31st 2020, 5:19 PM 40,218 Views 12 Comments

In Episode 4 of Rise of Kenny, Kevin Brannigan chats to Tam McManus about Stephen Kenny’s spell in Scotland.

# rise-of-kenny - Friday 24 July, 2020

'John Hume was at the game, Martin McGuinness was at the game... you couldn’t get a ticket for love nor money'
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'John Hume was at the game, Martin McGuinness was at the game... you couldn’t get a ticket for love nor money'

Jul 24th 2020, 9:30 AM 8,089 Views 1 Comment

Episode 3 of the Rise of Kenny podcast, exclusive to The42 Members, is out now.

# rise-of-kenny - Friday 10 July, 2020

Mustang Sally, Stephen Kenny and the Longford Town legacy
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# Rise Of Kenny

Mustang Sally, Stephen Kenny and the Longford Town legacy

Updated Jul 10th 2020, 7:45 PM 12,957 Views 4 Comments

Longford Town were going nowhere until Stephen Kenny arrived in 1998. Their subsequent success charmed the nation and set the then 26-year-old on the road to the biggest job in Irish football.