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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 Rangers41(1)

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

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“Richard Dunne revealed he will postpone retirement provided he is playing this well at the end of the season. The 35-year-old stalwart has been a revelation over the last four games.”
 GetWestLondon  4 days ago
“The tears came soon afterwards, and things did not really get going again until the second half, when Pérez and co threw everything at Steven Caulker and Richard Dunne.”
 theguardian.com  Yesterday
“I didn’t ever see Newcastle in a relegation scrap. This is a big club and they have a strong squad.” Apart from a Richard Dunne header which Tim Krul knocked over, the ­visitors’ biggest threat came from striker Charlie Austin.”
 Mirror  Yesterday
“although the Holland international had to be on his toes on the stroke of half-time to keep out defender Richard Dunne's looping header from a Barton corner.”
 The Independent  Yesterday
“This allowed QPR to come into the game as the first-half wore on, carving chances through a Richard Dunne header and Charlie Austin shot were easily dealt with by the Magpies defence.”
 Mirror  Yesterday
“QPR were second best for the majority of the first half Krul made a routine save to gather a curled effort from Austin and tipped Richard Dunne’s header from a Joey Barton corner over the crossbar.”
 The Northern Echo  Yesterday
“although the Holland international had to be on his toes on the stroke of half-time to keep out defender Richard Dunne’s looping header from a Barton corner.”
 London24  Yesterday
“There were a few half chances for QPR in the dying stages but as the Blaydon Races cascaded Robert Green; Nedum Onuoha, Richard Dunne, Steven Caulker, Yun Suk-Young; Joey Barton, Karl Henry (Junior Hoilett 82), Sandro (Niko Kranjcar 60), Leroy Fer”
 The Chronicle  Yesterday
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

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