Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Alan McLoughlin passes away aged 54

Alan McLoughlin, the former Southampton, Aston Villa, Portsmouth and Wigan Athletic midfielder, who made 42 appearances for the Republic of Ireland, has passed away at the age of 54

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