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Aroon Belinda Clansey (born 12 February 1986) is an association football player who has represented New Zealand as a goalkeeper at international level. She signed for English FA WSL club Liverpool Ladies in February 2012. Clansey represented New Zealand U-20 at the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women's World Championship in Russia, playing all three group games. Due to injuries, Clansey only made two competitive appearances for Liverpool. She was released by the club at the end of the season, returning to Canberra United to work as a video analyst.

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  • Aroon Belinda Clansey (born 12 February 1986) is an association football player who has represented New Zealand as a goalkeeper at international level. She signed for English FA WSL club Liverpool Ladies in February 2012. Clansey represented New Zealand U-20 at the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women's World Championship in Russia, playing all three group games. Due to injuries, Clansey only made two competitive appearances for Liverpool. She was released by the club at the end of the season, returning to Canberra United to work as a video analyst.
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  • Aroon Belinda Clansey (born 12 February 1986) is an association football player who has represented New Zealand as a goalkeeper at international level. She signed for English FA WSL club Liverpool Ladies in February 2012. Clansey represented New Zealand U-20 at the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women's World Championship in Russia, playing all three group games. She made her début for the senior national side, the Football Ferns in a 0–2 loss to China on 16 November 2006. Despite having not made the field in a competitive match since, Clansey continues to be selected as second choice goalkeeper, being named in the squad to contest the Cyprus Women's Cup in 2010, and the Oceania Women's Nations Cup where she made her second appearance. In 2011, Clansey was signed by Canberra United. She joined the team after leaving her New Zealand club side, Three Kings United. Clansey helped Canberra finish unbeaten and win the 2011–2012 W-League championship, then transferred to the women's section of Liverpool FC—the club she supports. In April 2012 Clansey was appointed as one of eight WSL digital media ambassadors, one from each team, who wear their Twitter account name on their shirt sleeves to raise the profile of the league. Due to injuries, Clansey only made two competitive appearances for Liverpool. She was released by the club at the end of the season, returning to Canberra United to work as a video analyst.
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