Full Contact client Warren O’Hora signs for Brighton

Full Contact client Warren O’Hora signs for Brighton

By Full Contact News and Views

Full Contact client Warren O’Hora has today completed a transfer from Irish club Bohemians to the Premier League’s Brighton & Hove Albion.

Warren, only 18, broke through in to Bohemians’ first team last season in the Irish Premier League and also earned national recognition, quickly bring him to the attention of a host of English clubs.  Putting pen to paper on a two and a half year contract, Warren is the latest in a line of Full Contact Ireland clients to make the move across the waters.

Patrick Conliffe, head of Full Contact’s Ireland office and pictured above, said “As soon as Warren made his Bohemians debut, we had a lot of interest in him. For one so young, he immediately displayed a presence and calmness in men’s football that really impressed. This is now a big opportunity for Warren here at Brighton; he has a platform to develop his game and progress and try and become a top, top young central defender.  His first target is to force his way in to Brighton’s U23 side but we’ve every confidence in him.”

So far this transfer window, fellow Irish youngster Simon Power transferred from Ireland to Norwich City and late in 2017,  Aidan Keena moved to Hearts.  Conliffe suggested more may to be follow; “we have some excellent young prospects on our books in Ireland and Warren ought not to be the last one to transfer during this window.  It is an exciting time for young Irish footballers, for sure.”

We wish Brighton and Warren all the best with this move.


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