LIAM BRADY will return to Dublin -- and to his first club, St Kevin's Boys -- next weekend to help honour the club at which he began his career in football.
Six teams are coming to Dublin to play in the St Kevin's Boys U12 Easter Tournament, and while many schoolboy fans will be keen to see European sides Austria Vienna and Brondby, the participation of Arsenal sees the Gunners make history as Brady has helped arrange for the London outfit to enter a team for the first time.
"The fact that Liam Brady has seen fit to allow one of his teams compete shows he is satisfied with the standard of the teams involved and the organisation of the tournament," said St Kevin's official Ken Donoghue.
In the first games on Good Friday, St Kevin's play West Brom (1.30) and Austria Vienna (5pm) while the DDSL play Brondby (2.50) and Arsenal (6.30), with further games on Easter Saturday.
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