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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)

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland

Richard Dunne Career
1996–2000Everton60(0)
2000–2009Manchester City296(7)
2009–2013Aston Villa95(4)
2013–Queens Park Rangers41(1)

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

Richard Dunne : QPR News
“Two of Liverpool’s goals came from own goals and the other took a major deflection, but that doesn’t mean that QPR were unlucky. Steven Caulker and Richard Dunne were certainly unlucky, but in both cases QPR caused their own downfall.”
 footballeveryday.co.uk  Yesterday
“The Irishman netted at the wrong end against Liverpool. It was another disappointing day for QPR defender Richard Dunne as the Irishman scored an own goal in the 3-2 defeat to Liverpool – his 10th in the Premier League.”
 Caught Offside  2 days ago
“It was a bad day for QPR who lost 3-2 to Liverpool, but if anyone in particular was feeling it, then it was Richard Dunne. The defender has become synonymous with calamity during his career.”
 The Independent  2 days ago
“QPR stalwart Richard Dunne turned a cross into his own net in the 67th minute to put Brendan Rodgers' side ahead.”
 Daily Star  2 days ago
“Liverpool stole the three points at Loftus Road in a dramatic clash with QPR. The unfortunate Richard Dunne turned into his own net with under 10 minutes to go to give the Reds the lead but what followed was truly sensational.”
 Mirror  2 days ago
“Richard Dunne adds an unwanted milestone with a record topping own goal (Picture: Getty Images) Naivety and cruel luck cost QPR from coming away with something to show from a much-improved performance in defeat to Liverpool.”
 Metro  Today
“Zamora unsettled the Liverpool centre-backs in a way Mario Balotelli utterly failed to do to the QPR pair of Richard Dunne and Steven Caulker.”
 A different League  Today
“Liverpool took the lead through Richard Dunne’s 10th Premier League own goal before a manic last eight minutes. Eduardo Vargas levelled for QPR, then Coutinho put the Reds back in front.”
 Daily Mail  2 days ago
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)
  • Queens Park Rangers: Football League Championship Play–off Final (1): 2014
  • 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)
  • Club: Includes 3 play-off matches
  • Club: NOT INCLUDED IN MAIN PROFILE STATISTICS

    Source: wikipedia.org

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