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Dundalk's Conor Clifford suspended for six months over betting offences

Dundalk's Conor Clifford has been given a six-month suspension from all football-related activities for betting offences.

The Football Association of Ireland announced the punishment on Friday, saying the player had admitted a charge of 112 breaches of the English Football Association's Rule E8.

Clifford, 26, committed the offences while playing in England. He spent four years at Chelsea without making a senior appearance before spells with the likes of Plymouth, Yeovil, Notts County, Portsmouth, Crawley, Leicester, Southend, Barnet and Boreham Wood.


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