Conan Byrne’s audacious shot from the halfway line ignited a fierce debate on ‘Now That’s What I Call Sport’ about the greatest League of Ireland goal of all time.
The winger’s effort is undoubtedly up there, but the lads spoke about some of their own favourite strikes on the show.
A wide array of goals from some LOI greats feature, in the interest of fairness goals from Europe and the FAI Cup were allowed feature.
Conan Byrne’s strike in St Pats’ demolition of Bohemian FC is a perfect place to start.
The glance up, the perfectly weighted hit and most impressively perhaps - the pace he shows to arrive to celebrate not long after the ball hits the net.
Chris Forrester featured twice in the lad’s chat about stunning strikes. This one against Shamrock Rovers had shades of the great Tony Sheridan.
Speaking of Shero, a Shels hero and one of the most gifted players ever to grace the league. 21 years ago he did this... A goal for the ages.
Robbie Benson's strike against Derry while playing for UCD in 2014 was up there with some of the best in recent memory.
Keith Fahey's quality was never doubted, his highlight reel would go on for a long time, this would be among the best goals you'll see from the midfielder.
The final goal the lads talked about is Dave Rogers smashing volley for Shels against Hajduk Split in the Champions League in 2004.
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