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John O'Flynn is a striker who joined Exeter City in July 2010. John was released by Peterborough United as a youngster but established himself during six seasons with Cork City where he produced an impressive scoring record. In September 2008 he signed for Barnet and he enhanced his reputation by finishing as top scorer for the Bees in both 2008-09 and 2009-10. With competition for places from Jamie Cureton and Richard Logan, John found it harder to break into the side at St James? Park, but finished his first season at the club with seven goals in all competitions. He has represented the Republic of Ireland at U21 level.
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