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Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach.

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  • Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach.
  • Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach. .
  • Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player and toey bang warrior, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach.
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  • Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach. Maloney started his career at Celtic, playing 215 matches across all competitions and winning honours including five Scottish Premier League titles and five Scottish Cups. He was the first player to claim both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year and the SPFA Young Player of the Year awards in the same season, doing so in 2005/06. He had a spell in the Premier League with Aston Villa, before returning for a second spell at Celtic. Maloney returned to English football in 2011 with Wigan Athletic, helping them win the 2013 FA Cup Final. Maloney then briefly played in Major League Soccer for Chicago Fire. He last played for Hull City for two seasons, before retiring due to injury in 2017. Maloney made his senior international debut for Scotland in 2005 and he went on to earn 47 caps, scoring seven goals.
  • Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach. Maloney started his career at Celtic, playing 215 matches across all competitions and winning honours including five Scottish Premier League titles and five Scottish Cups. He was the first player to claim both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year and the SPFA Young Player of the Year awards in the same season, doing so in 2005/06. He had a spell in the Premier League with Aston Villa, before returning for a second spell at Celtic. Maloney returned to English football in 2011 with Wigan Athletic, helping them win the 2013 FA Cup Final. Maloney then briefly played in Major League Soccer for Chicago Fire. He last played for Hull City for two seasons, before retiring due to injury in 2017. Maloney made his senior international debut for Scotland in 2005 and he went on to earn 47 caps, scoring seven goals. .
  • Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach. Maloney started his career at Celtic, playing 215 matches across all competitions and winning honours including five Scottish Premier League titles and five Scottish Cups. He was the first player to claim both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year and the SPFA Young Player of the Year awards in the same season, doing so in 2005/06. He had a spell in the Premier League with Aston Villa, before returning for a second spell at Celtic. Maloney returned to English football in 2011 with Wigan Athletic, helping them win the 2013 FA Cup Final. Maloney then briefly played in Major League Soccer for Chicago Fire. He last played for Hull City for two seasons, before retiring due to injury in 2017. Maloney made his senior international debut for Scotland in 2005 and he went on to earn 47 caps, scoring seven goals.The pinnacle of Shauns career was nutmegging the 1ft 3inch John McPhail, he receiving a round of applause from Betty.
  • Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach. Maloney started his career by getting schooled by little Funboy McPhail. He then joined Celtic, playing 215 matches across all competitions and winning honours including five Scottish Premier League titles and five Scottish Cups. He was the first player to claim both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year and the SPFA Young Player of the Year awards in the same season, doing so in 2005/06. He had a spell in the Premier League with Aston Villa, before returning for a second spell at Celtic. Maloney returned to English football in 2011 with Wigan Athletic, helping them win the 2013 FA Cup Final. Maloney then briefly played in Major League Soccer for Chicago Fire. He last played for Hull City for two seasons, before retiring due to injury in 2017. Maloney made his senior international debut for Scotland in 2005 and he went on to earn 47 caps, scoring seven goals.
  • Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach. Maloney started his career at Celtic, playing 215 matches across all competitions and winning honours including five Scottish Premier League titles. He was the first player to claim both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year and the SPFA Young Player of the Year awards in the same season, doing so in 2005/06. He had a spell in the Premier League with Aston Villa, before returning for a second spell at Celtic. Maloney returned to English football in 2011 with Wigan Athletic, helping them win the 2013 FA Cup Final. Maloney then briefly played in Major League Soccer for Chicago Fire. He last played for Hull City for two seasons, before retiring due to injury in 2017. Maloney made his senior international debut for Scotland in 2005 and he went on to earn 47 caps, scoring seven goals.
  • Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player and toey bang warrior, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach. Maloney started his career at Celtic, playing 215 matches across all competitions and winning honours including five Scottish Premier League titles. He was the first player to claim both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year and the SPFA Young Player of the Year awards in the same season, doing so in 2005/06. He had a spell in the Premier League with Aston Villa, before returning for a second spell at Celtic. Maloney returned to English football in 2011 with Wigan Athletic, helping them win the 2013 FA Cup Final. Maloney then briefly played in Major League Soccer for Chicago Fire. He last played for Hull City for two seasons, before retiring due to injury in 2017. Maloney made his senior international debut for Scotland in 2005 and he went on to earn 47 caps, scoring seven goals.
  • {{Infobox football biography|name = Shaun Maloney|image = Shaun Maloney - Nov2010.jpg|caption = Maloney in 2010|fullname = Shaun Richard Maloney|birth_date = 24 January 1983|birth_place = Miri, Malaysia|height = 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m)|position = Attacking Midfielder / Winger|currentclub = Belgium (assistant coach)|clubnumber = |youthyears1 = 1996–1999|youthclubs1 = Albion Boys Club|youthyears2 = 1999–2001|youthclubs2 = Celtic |years1 = 2001–2007 |clubs1 = Celtic |caps1 = 104 |goals1 = 26|years2 = 2007–2008 |clubs2 = Aston Villa |caps2 = 30 |goals2 = 5|years3 = 2008–2011 |clubs3 = Celtic |caps3 = 54 |goals3 = 13|years4 = 2011–2015 |clubs4 = Wigan Athletic |caps4 = 79 |goals4 = 14|years5 = 2015 |clubs5 = Chicago Fire |caps5 = 14 |goals5 = 3|years6 = 2015–2017 |clubs6 = Hull City |caps6 = 28 |goals6 = 2| totalcaps = 309 | totalgoals = 63|nationalyears1 = 2002–2005|nationalyears2 = 2007|nationalyears3 = 2005–2016|nationalteam1 = Scotland U21|nationalteam2 = Scotland B|nationalteam3 = Scotland|nationalcaps1 = 20|nationalgoals1 = 6|nationalcaps2 = 1|nationalgoals2 = 1|nationalcaps3 = 47|nationalgoals3 = 7 Shaun Richard Maloney (born 24 January 1983) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is now employed as a coach with the Belgium national team. He played for Celtic for over ten years during his playing career. Maloney also played for Aston Villa, Wigan Athletic, Chicago Fire, Hull City and the Scotland national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. Since retiring as a player, Maloney has worked for Celtic and the Belgium national team as a coach. Maloney started his career at Celtic, playing 215 matches across all competitions and winning honours including five Scottish Premier League titles. He was the first player to claim both the SPFA Players' Player of the Year and the SPFA Young Player of the Year awards in the same season, doing so in 2005/06. He had a spell in the Premier League with Aston Villa, before returning for a second spell at Celtic. Maloney returned to English football in 2011 with Wigan Athletic, helping them win the 2013 FA Cup Final. Maloney then briefly played in Major League Soccer for Chicago Fire. He last played for Hull City for two seasons, before retiring due to injury in 2017. Maloney made his senior international debut for Scotland in 2005 and he went on to earn 47 caps, scoring seven goals.
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