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Dion Dublin

Welcome to Dion Dublin's profile page where we post regular news updates. In addition to press articles, you can also find pictures of the player and a list of all 'Official Player Site' articles where Dion is mentioned.

Date of Birth: 22/04/1969
Place of Birth: Leicester
Nationality: English
Height: 6.00 (1.80 m)
Weight: 12.04 (78.0 Kg)
 OfficialPlayerSites.com: 1 article
Nolberto Solano: Ready to get back to winning ways - 31/10/2003
Wednesdays exit of the Carling Cup was very disappointing, Nol looks at the Villa and hopes to be included in the action. More
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Manchester United FC news: Jose Mourinho's side to face Sampdoria in Dublin in pre-season friendly - 22/05/2017
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Seamus Coleman is a strong character, says Everton boss - 25/03/2017
WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: Coleman suffered the injury while on international duty with Ireland on Friday evening and was due to undergo surgery in Dublin on Saturday. www.dailymail.co.uk
Chris Coleman set for an emotional return to Dublin - 22/03/2017
LAURIE WHITWELL: Chris Coleman is planning to mark a poignant return to Dublin with Wales by remembering the man who guided his football career. www.dailymail.co.uk
Gareth Bale is too good to plan for, says Roy Keane - 21/03/2017
The Ireland assistant boss has revealed that no special measures will be taken in a bid to deal with Bale when the nations meet in a World Cup qualifier here in Dublin on Friday night. www.dailymail.co.uk
Ian Rush backs Gareth Bale to break Wales goal record - 20/03/2017
Ian Rush expects Gareth Bale to get Wales back on World Cup track in Dublin and move even closer to his international goals record. Wales take on the Republic of Ireland on Friday in Group D. www.dailymail.co.uk


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