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CONOR MCLAUGHLIN: INTERNATIONAL CAREER UNVEILED

Posted on May 4, 2021 in Millwall

Sunderland right-back Conor McLaughlin has played for Northern Ireland at virtually all the levels starting from the u-16 team. He made nine appearances for the Northern Ireland u-16 team before playing the same number of matches for the u-17 side.

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Conor McLaughlin scored just one goal for his country during his time in the youth teams and that was at the u-19 level. The former Preston North End, Milwall and Fleetwood Town defender scored one goal in 14 games for the Northern Ireland u-19 team. Conor McLaughlin then failed to find the back of the net in seven games for the u-21 side.
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MCLAUGHLIN SPEAKS ON DRESSING ROOM MOOD

Posted on March 6, 2021 in Millwall

Sunderland defender Conor McLaughlin has spoken about the mood in the dressing room. According to Conor McLaughlin, the feel-good factor has filtered into the Sunderland dressing room after the takeover was completed. Conor McLaughlin and Sunderland are in a big and positive moodliftafter the takeover of the club was finalised. Sunderland fans are in high spirits after the takeover of the club by Kyril Louis-Dreyfus. The 23-year-old billionaire has been making his mark at the League One club following his takeover. Dion Sanderson is on loan at Sunderland from Premier League club Wolves and he has been one of the best players for the Black Cats in recent weeks. As per the Daily Mail, Sunderland want to turn the loan deal of Dion Sanderson into a permanent one and it is dependent on Wolves if they want to sell the player. Dion Sanderson is a graduate of the academy at Wolverhampton Wanderers.


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MCLAUGHLIN TO RESUME TRAINING THIS MONTH

Posted on February 17, 2021 in Millwall

Sunderland defender Conor McLaughlin is expected to return to training later this month after hernia surgery. The Northern Ireland international underwent hernia surgery last month and was ruled out for up to four weeks by his manager, Lee Johnson. Conor McLaughlin is said to be recovering well after the surgery and he’s in line to return to first team training at Sunderland later this month. The expectation is that Conor McLaughlin will play for Sunderland before this month runs out.


Conor McLaughlin was not the only Sunderland player to undergo hernia surgery in January as Denver Hume also went through the same surgery as the Northern Ireland right-back. Denver Hume has had a bad time with injury and he could take several weeks for him to return to action. (more…)

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CONOR MCLAUGHLIN: CAREER PATH REVEALED

Posted on January 28, 2021 in Millwall

Sunderland defender Conor McLaughlin has spent a big part of his professional career as a footballer in the lower leagues of English football. The 29-year-old has enjoyed a relatively good football career which has seen him play for six clubs. The right-back started his career as a youth player at Linfield in his native Northern Ireland before he left for Preston North End in England. Conor McLaughlin came through theranks at Preston North End before playing his first game as a professional footballer in November 2010.

His debut came during the league match with Hull City in the English Championship.Conor McLaughlin ended on the losing side in his first game with the Tigers winning 2-0.Around one month later, the Northern Ireland international signed a new deal at Deepdale until 2013. During his time at Preston North End, Conor McLaughlin was sent on loan to Shrewsbury Town for two months at the start of 2011. The Northern Irishman was made available for a transfer in the summer of 2012 when he had one year left on his contract at the club.
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MCLAUGHLIN DETERMINED TO OVERCOME DISAPPOINTING SEASON

Posted on December 19, 2020 in Millwall

 

Sunderland defender Conor McLaughlin has a target for the season and that’s to make up for a disappointing debut campaign at the Stadium of Light. By his own admission, he had an average in his debut campaign as a Sunderland player andthat he could have done better. Northern Ireland international Conor McLaughlin moved to the League One club from Millwall last summer on a free transfer after the end of his contract at The Den. The Northern Irishman had to drop down by one division to continue his club football in England.


Conor McLaughlin talked about his time at Sunderland in one of his recent interviewsvia chroniclelive.co.uk as he hoped toperform better in his second campaign at the club. He was restricted to just 12 games in the league last season as he was unable to nail down a defensive berth in the team.
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MILLWALL MANAGER RUES INJURY CRISIS

Posted on March 9, 2019 in Millwall

Millwall manager Neil Harris, is hoping defender James Meredith will be fit for this weekend’s clash against Norwich. Murray Wallace was taken off in last Tuesday night’s 2-1 defeat at Hull City. The Scottish defender has started at left back in recent weeks, scoring goals in the FA Cup against Everton and AFC Wimbledon. But he had to be subbed off in the first half on the tie, itcould be just timely for Meredith makes a return from his knock to face Norwich, who are currently top of the Championship.

Neil said Conor McLaughlin is out of the weekend, but admitted that James Meredith possibly has a chance of being fit. He also gave an update on Mahlon, who he said is ill. So they will have to see how it goes, but the player might not make the trip.
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NEIL HARRIS: MILLWALL WILL NOT BREAK THE BANK

Posted on August 2, 2018 in Millwall

Millwall boss Neil Harris has said that the club will not break the bank this summer but they will look to reward top players. Harris said the club was still developing so they were careful with Financial Fair Play rules.

Harris did not want issues with FFP as he felt it could ruin the club in the long term. The coach is looking at long term gradual talent development. He confirms that some players have had contracts, with time to mull over and no rush.
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INTERNATIONAL DUTY CALL FOR SAVILLE

Posted on December 19, 2017 in Conor Mclaughlin

Millwall midfielder George Saville is expected to step up whilst on Northern Ireland international duty. He played as a Chelsea youth player for years and must have taken a few cues from when the Blues lifted the Champions League title in 2012.

Michael O’Neill named the player for Northern Ireland’s World Cup qualifiers as they seek to seal their playoff spot. Germany, packed with Bayern Munich stars that Saville saw first-hand Chelsea defeat in 2012, is set to face Northern Ireland on Thursday.

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Fleetwood Town management happy with Ball and McLaughlin

Posted on July 4, 2017 in Conor Mclaughlin

The Fleetwood Town management was desperate for their experienced duo of Ball and McLaughlin to stay and had thrown extension offers to both of them, but, both have told the club that they are not interested to continue in League One anymore and are exploring opportunities to ply their trade somewhere else and thus are not going to accept the offers.


Uwe Rosler, who is presently in charge of the first team of Fleetwood Town, confirmed the news of the departure of Ball and McLaughlin yesterday and insisted that despite their departures, his relationship with them is going to be fine and he wants them to have a lot of success wherever they get their opportunities.

As per Rosler, the kind of form both the players have been in for Fleetwood in the past three seasons, they have earned the right to play at a higher level and showcase their potential against better oppositions. So, there’s no question of him feeling let down by their decisions to leave. (more…)

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Conor McLaughlin is included in the team of the season

Posted on April 28, 2017 in Conor Mclaughlin

The 25 year old Northern Irish right-back of Fleetwood Town, Conor McLaughlin has been included in the English Football League One team of the season after helping his club in snatching the 3rd spot of the English League by making a string of successive impressive performances.


After going through such an imposing season with Fleetwood Town, Conor McLaughlin’s next challenge is to help Northern Ireland qualify for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Northern Ireland is currently pitted in the 2nd spot of Group C of the qualifications group stages with 7 points secured from the 4 initial matches that have been played so far. Germany is at the top with 12 points and Azerbaijan also has 7 points.

The next qualification match of Northern Ireland is expected to be played on March 26 of the ongoing year as they face off with Norway at the Windsor Park. (more…)

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