John O'Neil

Soccer Player
Born Jun 7, 1971

John Thomas O'Neil is a Scottish former professional association football player. He represented Scotland once, and played for Dundee United, St. Johnstone, Hibernian and Falkirk in the top division.

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1971 Birth Born on June 7, 1971.


1991 20 Years Old O'Neil, a right-sided midfielder, began his career at Dundee United, where he progressed through the youth ranks. O'Neil scored for United in their 1991 Scottish Cup final defeat against Motherwell, with his header reducing Motherwell's lead to 3–2.
1994 23 Years Old At the start of the 1994–95 season, he was signed by ex-United colleague Paul Sturrock for United's Tayside rivals St. Johnstone. … Read More
2000 29 Years Old In June 2000, O'Neil moved to Hibernian.


2001 30 Years Old It was during his spell with the Edinburgh club that O'Neil gained his only cap for Scotland, a start in a 1–1 draw against Poland in an away friendly on 25 April 2001. … Read More
2003 32 Years Old After three years with Hibs, O'Neil joined Falkirk in 2003, but swapped a second Scottish First Division title for a Second Division title by joining Gretna in January 2005. … Read More
2007 36 Years Old He left Gretna to join at the start of the 2007–08 season, signed by former Dundee United teammate Brian Welsh.
2009 38 Years Old O'Neil was released by Cowdenbeath in January 2009 and then signed for.
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