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Shamus O'Brien
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Shamus O'Brien

1990 Inductee

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Forward who played in the American Soccer League from 1925 to 1938, winning two league championships. O’Brien, who was born in Scotland and came to America at the age of 11, scored two key goals for the New York Giants in their comeback from a seven-goal deficit in the two-leg ASL final in January 1932. In 1934, the first season of the reformed ASL, he won a second title playing for the Kearny Irish in his adopted hometown. Inducted in 1990.

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