Striker ‘Philly’ Gorman spent a season and a half with Kildare County before joining Kilkenny City in July 2003. The start of the 2005 season saw Gorman sign for Dublin City until he went on United Nations duty with the Irish Army. On his return, he joined Kildare County once more until joining Shelbourne in July 2008.
He made his debut for his new team as a second half substitute in the away game to Monaghan United on July 29th. His first start for Shelbourne was in a 3-3 draw with Athlone Town three days later. He played in nine league games for the Reds, scoring twice before being released at the end of the season.
Gorman was on duty with the Army in Chad during the 2009 season but rejoined The Reds for the 2010 season. Following an injury away to Limerick at the end of the season, he missed the first part of the following (2011) season and returned to Shelbourne in August 2011.
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