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Anthony Randolph Warner (born 11 May 1974) is a former professional footballer who is currently employed as the goalkeeping coach at Accrington Stanley. Warner notably played in the Premier League for Fulham, having also being contracted to Liverpool and Hull City without playing. He has also played in the Scottish Premier League for Celtic and Aberdeen and in the Football League with Swindon Town, Millwall, Cardiff City, Leeds United, Norwich City, Barnsley, Leicester City, Charlton Athletic, Scunthorpe United and Tranmere Rovers.

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  • Anthony Randolph Warner (born 11 May 1974) is a former professional footballer who is currently employed as the goalkeeping coach at Accrington Stanley. Warner notably played in the Premier League for Fulham, having also being contracted to Liverpool and Hull City without playing. He has also played in the Scottish Premier League for Celtic and Aberdeen and in the Football League with Swindon Town, Millwall, Cardiff City, Leeds United, Norwich City, Barnsley, Leicester City, Charlton Athletic, Scunthorpe United and Tranmere Rovers.
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  • Anthony Randolph Warner (born 11 May 1974) is a former professional footballer who is currently employed as the goalkeeping coach at Accrington Stanley. Warner notably played in the Premier League for Fulham, having also being contracted to Liverpool and Hull City without playing. He has also played in the Scottish Premier League for Celtic and Aberdeen and in the Football League with Swindon Town, Millwall, Cardiff City, Leeds United, Norwich City, Barnsley, Leicester City, Charlton Athletic, Scunthorpe United and Tranmere Rovers. At international level, he was capped twice by Trinidad and Tobago.
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