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Profile of the Irish footballer Richard Dunne, who currently plays as a defender at QPR. The 35-year old player Dunne joined QPR from Aston Villa and wears the number 22 shirt.

Richard Dunne
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        (Squad number 22)

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Richard Dunne Career
1996–2000Everton60(0)
2000–2009Manchester City296(7)
2009–2013Aston Villa95(4)
2013–Queens Park Rangers54(1)

1997–1999Republic of Ireland B2(1)
2000–2013Republic of Ireland80(8)

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Richard Dunne : QPR News
“The hosts were awarded a penalty after a handball from James Collins but Charlie Austin's effort was saved by Adrian. QPR also had a goal disallowed when Richard Dunne headed home but it was ruled out for a foul by Steven Caulker.”
 Epping Forest Guardian  Yesterday
“Only time will tell if that is the case, but there is no doubt QPR could have done with a victory that seemed the forward’s effort was saved by West Ham goalkeeper Adrian and centre-back Richard Dunne also had a goal ruled out for offside on a”
 Here Is The City  Today
“Rangers boss Chris Ramsey was incandescent when referee Mike Jones ruled out Richard Dunne's 'goal,' The official deemed Steven Caulker fouled Hammers' shot stopper Adrian seconds earlier as both jumped for the ball.”
 GetWestLondon  Today
“QPR defender Richard Dunne returned to the starting line-up as Rangers hosted West Ham in the Barclays Premier League. Dunne replaced Mauricio Isla in defence and midfielder Leroy Fer was named among the substitutes, having recovered from a knee injury.”
 London Evening Standard  Yesterday
“Richard Dunne accepts it will be tough for Queens Park Rangers to avoid the drop but says they will keep battling until the end of the season.”
 Sky Sports  Yesterday
“When Richard Dunne scored in the second half Ramsey can take credit for how QPR fight in games – for all their problems endeavour is not one of them. But he finds himself in a situation where he believes his side need nine points from four games.”
 Daily Mail  Today
“Austin's kick from 12 yards was saved by the legs of Adrian following James Collins' handball, while Richard Dunne saw his bundled potential cost of Austin's penalty miss.”
 Football365  Today
“Kouyate played a part in QPR’s disallowed goal late in the second half, something that manager Chris Ramsey was fuming about. The Senegalese was fouled by Steven Caulker before Richard Dunne nodded the ball into the unguarded net.”
 Wharf  Today
Richard Dunne Career Honours
  • Everton: FA Youth Cup (1): 1998
  • Manchester City: Football League First Division (1): 2001–02
  • Aston Villa: Football League Cup (1): 2009–10 (runner-up)
  • Aston Villa: Football League Championship play-offs: 2013–14
  • Republic of Ireland: UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship: 1998
  • PFA Team of the Year (1): 2010
  • FAI Senior International Player of the Year (2): 2007, 2011
  • Manchester City F.C. Player of the Year (4): 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
  • Most own goals by a single player in Premier League history (10)

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    Goalkeepers
    Robert Green Brian Murphy
    Alex McCarthy
    Defenders
    Michael Harriman Mauricio Isla
    Armand Traore Suk-Young Yoon
    Clint Hill Richard Dunne
    Rio Ferdinand Steven Caulker
    Nedum Onuoha
    Midfielders
    Eduardo Vargas Adel Taarabt
    Junior Hoilett Matt Phillips
    Shaun Wright-Phillips Alejandro Faurlin
    Niko Kranjcar Jordon Mutch
    Joey Barton Karl Henry
    Leroy Fer Sandro
    Forwards
    Bobby Zamora Charlie Austin
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