Recently retired Northern Ireland international Conor McLaughlin started his national team career at the u-16 level. He played nine times forthe Northern Ireland u-16 team without finding the back of the net. Conor McLaughlin also played nine times for the u-17 team without getting on the scoresheet. McLaughlin scored for his country for the first timein the colours of others. The right-back scored once in 14 games for the u-19s. At the u-21 level, he had a record of zero goal in seven games over a two-year period having made his debut in 2010.
Recently retired Northern Irishman Conor McLaughlin played for his country at various youth team levels before being promoted to the senior team. Conor McLaughlin played for four Northern Ireland youth teams on the international stage before he turned out for the senior team.
Ex-West Brom and Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce has reportedly been linked with the managerial job at Premier League side Burnley. This is according to various reports in the English media via the bookmakers. He was one of the favourites after Burnley sacked Dyche earlier this month. The Clarets are continuing to play Premier League football without a permanent manager with caretaker manager Mike Jackson in charge of the team.
North Ireland national team defender Conor McLaughlin signed for London team Millwall in the summer of 2017. The right-sided fullback joined English Championship side Millwall in July 2017. Conor McLaughlin scored his first Millwall goal during the London Derby clash with Queens Park Rangers (QPR) I the league. He scored his first goal for Millwall during the 2-2 draw with QPR on September 12, 2017.
Conor McLaughlin is a free agent at the moment following his exit at English League One club Fleetwood Town last month. The Northern Ireland national team right-back was released at the end of his short-term contract with the club. Conor McLaughlin had earlier signed a six-month deal with Fleetwood Town at the start of the current season in what was his second spell at the club.
Conor McLaughlin and Ryan McLaughlin went head-to-head in League One football last month during the game between Morecambe and Fleetwood Town. Ryan McLaughlin is on the books of Morecambe, while ex-Sunderland defender Conor McLaughlin plays his club football for Fleetwood Town. As a matter of fact, Conor McLaughlin is in his second spell at Fleetwood Town. He joined Fleetwood Town last summer as a free agent after his Sunderland contract ran out at the end of last season.
Northern Ireland national team right-back Conor McLaughlin was born in Northern Ireland capital of Belfast and he started his professional football career at Preston North End in the English Championship. Conor McLaughlin began his career as a professional footballer at the start of 2010.
Fleetwood Town manager Simon Grayson is delighted with the return of Northern Ireland international defender Conor McLaughlin to the club. He has been impressed with the contributions of the ex-Sunderland player since his transfer was officially approved by the EFL (English Football League) at the start of last month.
Northern Ireland defender Conor McLaughlin has returned to League One side Fleetwood Town after he penned a short-term contract. Conor McLaughlin was a free agent when he was snapped up by Fleetwood Town. The right-back had become a free agent on the back of his release by Sunderland. He left the Black Cats in the summer at the end of his contractwith the club.
Conor McLaughlin represented the various Northern Ireland youth teams on several occasions before he made his debut for the senior team. The fullback has a record of one goal in 43 games for the Northern Ireland senior team.
Experienced right-back Conor McLaughlin began his national team career with the Northern Ireland u-16s and he went on to play nine times for the team. McLaughlin also represented the Northern Ireland u-17 team on nine occasions. He graduated to the u-19s where he scored once in 14 games before playing seven times for the u-21 within a period of two years. Conor McLaughlin was in and around the Northern Ireland u-21s between 2010 and 2012. (more…)