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Profile of the Irish footballer Anthony Stokes, who currently plays as a forward at Celtic. The 27-year old player Stokes joined Celtic from Hibernian and wears the number 10 shirt.

Anthony Stokes
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        (Squad number 10)

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Anthony Stokes Career
2005–2007Arsenal0(0)
2006–2007Falkirk (loan)16(14)
2007–2009Sunderland36(3)
2008–2009Sheffield United (loan)12(0)
2009Crystal Palace (loan)13(1)
2009–2010Hibernian40(22)
2010–Celtic134(58)

2006–2010Republic of Ireland U2110(4)
2008Republic of Ireland B1(0)
2007–Republic of Ireland9(0)

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Anthony Stokes : Celtic News
“Anthony Stokes has explained that one of the reasons that he decided to join Hibernian on loan from Celtic was the fact that they are still competing for plenty of silverware this season, the Daily Record reports.”
 hitc.com 4 days ago
“ANTHONY STOKES last night insisted he was gutted Celtic didn’t make the League Cup Final - even though Sunday’s shock semi-final loss to Ross County has paved the way for him to face the Dingwall outfit at Hampden on March 13.”
 Daily Record 4 days ago
“You can take Anthony Stokes out of Celtic but you can’t take Celtic out of Anthony Stokes. The Irishman is clearly determined to make his four-month loan spell at Hibernian count.”
 The Scotsman 4 days ago
“Anthony Stokes scored the only goal of the game as Hibernian edged past Morton on Tuesday night to keep pace with Ladbrokes Championship leaders Rangers.”
 STV Sport 6 days ago
“A goal from Anthony Stokes just after half time was enough to secure a valuable three points for Hibs against Morton in Greenock tonight.”
 the Edinburgh Reporter 6 days ago
“IT’S been an after dinner favourite since it launched in 1974, and you would be forgiven for thinking that Baileys, the world’s number one selling liqueur brand, is as Irish as the cream it’s made from.”
 The Irish Post 6 days ago
“THE Aberdeen winger suffered the injury when he was out walking his own dog in a park in the city. KEITH JACKSON, Scott McDermott and Anthony Haggerty go over the transfer window in fine detail as well try to recover from deadline day.”
 Daily Record 6 days ago
“ANTHONY Stokes was the future. He was 18, had scored 16 goals in 18 games and was faster, better and more skilful than anyone else in the Falkirk team he was transforming.”
 The Irish Post 6 days ago
“2. Anthony Stokes — Celtic to Hibs on loan Having been ostracised from the Celtic side, Stokes moved down a division to Hibs in search of first-team football before scoring on his debut. 3.”
 the42.ie 6 days ago
“Boss Ronny Deila took responsibility for Celtic's latest semi-final disappointment but said he's not fearful of the impact yesterday's loss might have on his job security.”
 Belfast Telegraph 7 days ago
Anthony Stokes Career Honours
  • Sunderland: Football League Championship (1): 2007
  • Celtic: Scottish Premiership (4): 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15
  • Celtic: Scottish Cup (2): 2011, 2013
  • Celtic: Scottish League Cup (1): 2015
  • Scottish Premier League Young Player of the Month (3): October 2006, November 2006, December 2009
  • Clydesdale Bank Premier League Goal of the Season (1): 2009–10 vs. Rangers

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Logan Bailly Craig Gordon
    Leonardo Fasan
    Defenders
    Saidy Janko Mikael Lustig
    Kieran Tierney Charlie Mulgrew
    Emilio Izaguirre Eoghan O'Connell
    Tyler Blackett Dedryck Boyata
    Erik Sviatchenko Efe Ambrose
    Jozo Simunovic
    Midfielders
    Scott Allan James Forrest
    Derk Boerrigter Gary Mackay-Steven
    Ryan Christie Tom Rogic
    Stefan Johansen Kris Commons
    Callum McGregor Scott Brown
    Nir Bitton Stuart Armstrong
    Forwards
    Carlton Cole Anthony Stokes
    Leigh Griffiths Nadir Ciftci