39-year-old League of Ireland icon Joseph N'Do signs for Mayo junior soccer club 2 years ago

39-year-old League of Ireland icon Joseph N'Do signs for Mayo junior soccer club

Achill Rovers have landed double-African Cup of Nations champion Joseph N'Do.

The former Cameroon international has featured in two World Cups with his country but Irish fans will know him best as one of the League of Ireland's best imports.

N'Do played for St Patrick's Athletic, Shelbourne, Shamrock Rovers and Bohemians but will be best remembered by the Irish for the four seasons of loyal service he gave to Sligo Rovers in which he won a league title, three FAI Cups, an EA Sports Cup and a Setanta Sports Cup. He was also named the PFAI Players' Player of the Year while at Shelbourne in 2006.

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N'Do initially joined Mayo Premier Division side Achill Rovers as a part-time coach in February 2015, but the club recently announced he will be togging out as a player for the 2016 season.

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Posted by Achill Rovers Official on Sunday, January 17, 2016