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Barry Conlon was born on 1 October, 1978 in Drogheda, Ireland, is an Irish former professional footballer. Discover Barry Conlon's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 42 years old?
|Age||43 years old|
|Born||1 October 1978|
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Barry Conlon Height, Weight & Measurements
At 43 years old, Barry Conlon height is 191 cm .
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Barry Conlon Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Barry Conlon worth at the age of 43 years old? Barry Conlon’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Ireland. We have estimated Barry Conlon's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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In March 2013 Conlon returned to Carrick Rovers, scoring in his debut against Woodview Celtic.
In July 2012 he interested Dundalk, with the club hoping to sign him along with several other players, but soon after the deal was described as "dead in the water". On 30 August 2012 he was on the verge of signing for the club, and joined on non-contract terms making his debut in a practice friendly match. He signed until the end of the 2012 League of Ireland season in September '. He made his League of Ireland debut on 7 September in Oriel Park and scored his only goal against Bray in October. At the end of the 2012 season, Conlon was one of many Dundalk players who weren't retained.
On 14 March 2011 Conlon signed for Belgian Third Division B side R.O.C. de Charleroi-Marchienne. He left the club at the end of the 2010–11 season, and briefly joined Monaghan United on trial, but failed to earn a contract.
Following the conclusion of the 2008–09 campaign, he was released by Bradford, and shortly afterwards he signed for Grimsby permanently on a two-year contract. Conlon's season began on a plus point, scoring on the opening day game with Cheltenham Town, but he soon lost his place in the first team due too two red cards in three games which left him suspended for seven matches, in which his team seemingly struggled too find an adequate replacement who could find the back of the net. Following the dismissal of manager Mike Newell, Conlon found himself out of favour with new manager Neil Woods often using him as a substitute. He was also relegated to the reserves, and spent one night in a police station cell because of driving offences only hours before a reserve fixture with Scunthorpe United. On 13 January 2010, Woods told Conlon, along with Danny Boshell, Matthew Heywood and Jamie Clarke that they are free to leave the club in the January transfer window. On 1 March 2010, over a month since Conlon's Grimsby departure, the club held a fans forum giving a chance for the supporters to voice recent club concerns with chairman John Fenty and manager Neil Woods. Conlon's release to Chesterfield had been slightly criticised by some supporters because of the fact he was the Grimsby's current seasonal top goalscorer, and was seemingly the only proven goal scorer in the ranks at Blundell Park. Fenty was asked by a supporter during the forum why Conlon was allowed to leave. Fenty answered that Conlon had become a disruptive influence, having also failed to turn up for training, and with that had not answered phone calls from the club. Conlon later admitted that after an enjoyable loan spell with Grimsby his "heart wasn't in it" when he signed permanently for the club and that his commuting from his Leeds home had left him exhausted. He also claimed that new manager Neil Woods was "clueless"
By the end of the week, he signed for fellow League Two side Chesterfield initially on loan. Conlon scored on his Chesterfield debut to give them a 1–0 victory against Torquay United and lift his new side into the promotion play-off spots. On 23 January 2010, it was announced that prior to his move to Saltergate, Conlon was offered to Accrington Stanley as part of a six-figure deal to lure striker Michael Symes to Blundell Park. Stanley rejected the bid, meaning Conlon's move to Chesterfield went through.
On 1 February 2010, Conlon signed for Chesterfield on a permanent deal after Grimsby agreed to cancel his two-year contract by mutual consent. Conlon, during his time at Saltergate, chipped in with six goals including a number of penalties. As a result of failing to qualify for the League Two play-offs, Chesterfield manager John Sheridan released Conlon, along with 11 other players, on 12 March 2010.
Conlon signed for League Two team Stockport County on 15 July 2010 following a trial. In November 2010, police saw Conlon speeding in his Mercedes. He was stopped and gave a positive drink-drive sample. The following month he was given a three-and-a-half-year driving ban after admitting drink-driving; he was also fined £1,175. Consequently, he was released by the club after having his contract cancelled by mutual consent on 21 December.
He was largely used as a substitute at the start of the 2008–09 season, but scored his first goal of the campaign during a start against Leeds United in the Football League Trophy, as Bradford lost 2–1. His first league goal of the season came just minutes after coming on as a substitute against Luton Town, to help Bradford gain a point with ten men. Having scored two more goals, Conlon was rewarded with a rare start against Barnet, when he scored two goals but City could only draw 3–3. Conlon scored his 100th league goal from the penalty spot on 25 November 2008, grabbing the winning goal in a 3–2 win for Bradford City at Valley Parade against Chesterfield. He marked the occasion by removing his shirt, revealing a vest with '100' emblazoned across the front, for which he was shown a yellow card. Conlon extended his stay at Bradford for another six months when he signed another new short-term contract in December 2008. In March 2009, Conlon and defender Matthew Clarke were both dropped for a game with Exeter City and punished following a breach of club discipline. Manager Stuart McCall said: "It's an internal matter and has been dealt with in the dressing room." Conlon was recalled to the side but made one only more appearance before he was sent on loan.
Conlon signed for fellow League Two club Grimsby Town on loan for the rest of the 2008–09 season. He joined the club on the transfer deadline day along with Peter Sweeney and Jonathan Lund. He scored the final goal of a 3–0 win against Gillingham on his debut to help lift Grimsby out of the League Two relegation zone. He scored a penalty in his second game to give Grimsby a 1–0 victory against Aldershot Town and lift them three points clear of the relegation zone. Conlon proved to be an integral part of the Grimsby team that avoided relegation from The Football League. Having partnered forwards Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and Adam Proudlock up front, Conlon scored five times in eight appearances to help seal Grimsby's league status.
Conlon joined newly relegated League Two side Bradford City on a one-year contract, becoming new manager Stuart McCall's first signing, along with fellow striker Peter Thorne. His debut came on the first day of the 2007–08 season against Macclesfield Town when he saw a penalty kick saved and the rebound scored by Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu to secure a 1–1 draw. He scored his first goal for the club in his 10th game, converting a last minute penalty at Milton Keynes Dons on 6 October 2007 in a 2–1 defeat. After missing a number of chances in a game against Brentford later in October, he came in for criticism from the fans and was dropped from the Bradford starting side for more than a month. However, he turned down two loan moves away from Bradford and scored his first goal from open play to seal a late 2–1 victory over Lincoln City on Boxing Day 2007. Conlon scored two more penalties before being relieved of penalty duties after missing a vital kick in a 2–0 defeat to Dagenham & Redbridge on 1 March 2008. Later that month he scored in successive games for the first time for City including one against former side Mansfield. He ended the month with another goal against a former side, this time Darlington, in a 3–1 win at the Darlington Arena. Conlon earned a new six-month contract, which he signed at the end of the season keeping him at Bradford City until January 2009.
Following the end of his contract at Darlington, Conlon was free to leave, thus allowing him to sign with Barnsley. Conlon struggled to find the net at Barnsley, and eventually lost his place in the side to players such as Rory Fallon and Michael Boulding. He was loaned to Rotherham United towards the end of the 2005–06 season. He left Barnsley at the end of that season, he made just under 40 appearances for the club in the two seasons, scoring seven times. Conlon made a surprise return to Darlington at the start of 2006–07. On his return to Darlington, he scored a hat-trick on his debut, but later lost his place in the team following Dave Penney's appointment as manager. In January 2007 he left the club for a second time.
York cashed in on Conlon and sold him to rivals Darlington at the start of the 2001–02 season, for a reported five-figure fee. Conlon's first season at the club was not as successful as he hoped, but in his three seasons at Feethams, he was loved by some fans who heralded him as a hero, after playing a huge part in keeping Darlo in the Football League. In his last season at the club, he managed to net 14 goals, leading to interest from high league clubs.
His next port of call was to sign for Southend United a month into the 1998–99 season. Conlon made over 30 appearances for the club, scoring seven goalsin all competitions, but Conlon left no more than 10 months after joining the Roots Hall club. York City signed Conlon for a fee of £100,000, and he went on to play a pivotal role in the City side during the 1999–2000 season. In November 2000, he fell out of favour at Bootham Crescent, thus allowing him to join Colchester United on loan, but after playing the 2000–01 season for United, the club decided to not give him a permanent deal.
Conlon was signed by Manchester City, who had suffered relegation with QPR in 1996. Shortly after signing Conlon played for the Republic of Ireland national under-19 football team in the 1997 UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship finals in Iceland. He scored and got sent off against Switzerland. He made his debut for the club on 27 September 1997, replacing Georgi Kinkladze as a late substitute against Swindon Town, but appearances were limited to just one league start and seven substitute appearances. Subsequently, he was loaned out 18 months later to Plymouth Argyle, spending the next six months at the club, scoring two goals in 13 games. He was released by City at the end of his contract.
He started his professional career with Queens Park Rangers (QPR), signing his first contract on 1 August 1996. This was a couple of months after Rangers had lost their FA Premier League status. Conlon was added to the Loftus Road squad for their first season back in the First Division. However, after his first year at QPR he was released. He failed to make an appearance for the club's first team.