Glen returned home and signed for Roddy Collins' Bohemians in pre-season 1999. In his second season with Bohs (2000/01) he broke the Eircom League goal-scoring record scoring 25 goals as Bohemians won the double. He also became the first LOI player to be capped for Ireland in 16 years when he played in a friendly against Greece in November 2002. Glen won 5 league titles, two FAI cups and a league cup. Glen came home and joined the Saints in 2013/14, helping the club to win three promotions, Glen scored in the final of the 2014 Moore Cup, which brought some silverware to the club, and he helped the club qualify for the 2014 and 2015 FAI Cup. Glen's last medal in football is a league winners medal, and the club will play in the top flight of the LSL next season.
Glen Crowe is not only about the goals, off the pitch he's one of the funniest and nicest people you could ever meet. Glen is shy with a very sharp wit and he's extremely popular with everyone. I have no hesitation in putting a name to the embodiment of all that I think is good about football. It's Glen Crowe. Glen has worn the jersey of his country, and he has won every honour in Irish football. I loved his nous and conviction that he would find a way to win, to score a vital goal. When a game was reaching a vital stage, these qualities seem to come out of his every pore. He was always on the ball, always turning on goal hovering and waiting to pounce. He was always looking to bring other people into the game, and if he lost possession you think he must be not feeling well. It was a pleasure watching him play as a schoolboy here, and he's had a remarkable career in football. Glen deserves so many plaudits, and it was fantastic to see back where it all started, he was instrumental in the club winning trophies, promotions, and our recent league title. Most of all though, Glen is a humble lad, who should be very proud of what he's achieved in football. Everyone involved with St. Mochta's Football Club is very proud of Glen. Our sincere thanks Glen for so many wonderful memories. We look forward to the next chapter. A genuine legend.
I met Glen in November and we had a few chats, and he came on board and as they say the rest is history.
Glen played schoolboy with the club so there was a relationship there already, but since the first day I met him, he has been top class, he has inspired me to keep challenging myself to get the best players to the club, his attitude both in training and matches on and off the field is second to none.
The word LEGEND in my opinion can be over used, but in terms of Glen it is under used, no airs or graces about him, he doesn't like the limelight, just wants to play and enjoy football. It has been a great pleasure for me to have managed him for the last 3 years, and not only as a manager, but to get to know him, and he's also someone I can call a true friend. I'm delighted Glen will be with us next season as a coach, and to help Bobby in trying to keep me sane!!!, but all that’s left to say is thanks for believing me when I met you first (saying I want to take the club to the top) for all the goals, commitment, professional attitude he brought to the club, and above all being you, top man, good laugh and a true friend".
I wish Glen all the best in his retirement and he will be another asset to the club as a coach".
Billy O' Neill
FAI Cup (2) : 2001, 2008
League of Ireland Cup (1) : 2009
Republic of Ireland
FIFA World Youth Championship Third Place : 1997
SWAI Personality of the Year (2) : 2000-01, 2002-03
League of Ireland Player of the Year (2) : 2000-01, 2001-02
St. Mochta's FC
Moore Cup (1) : 2014