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Football | Irish striker equals Jamie Vardy's record

11 - @Official_STFC's Eoin Doyle is the first player to score in 11 consecutive league matches in the top four tiers of English football since Jamie Vardy for Leicester in the Premier League in November 2015. Streak. pic.twitter.com/dfFMWqhdzN — OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) December 26, 2019 The Dubliner has been somewhat of a journeyman, with his two-and-a-half year spell at the Bit O'Red remaining his longest senior stint at any club. Since then, the 'Ginger Pele' has plied his trade for Hibernian, Chesterfield, Cardiff, Preston, Portsmouth (loan) and Oldham (loan) before joining Bradford last year. Incredibly, he has made five deadline day moves. Despite moving regularly from club to club, Doyle has scored an impressive 102 goals in 221 league matches over his career in Britain. His Bradford contract is set to expire in the summer, but his current form suggests he won't be short of suitors. A return to League One (at minimum) looks likely, whether that's with league leaders Swindon - who hope to make his loan deal permanent - or with a new club.
We're starting to think Pele was the Brazilian Eoin Doyle... #STFC 🔴 pic.twitter.com/BFSoDtDHIk — Swindon Town FC (@Official_STFC) December 22, 2019
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