Shaun Maloney

Shaun Maloney is a Scottish international forward who plays for . Born in Malaysia on 24th January 1993, Maloney joined Celtic aged 17 and made a steep rise from youth to senior football by making his professional debut in 3-0 Old Firm win over Rangers at Ibrox during the 2000/1 season, which Celtic would end as champions. Five further SPL titles, plus one Scottish FA Cup and one League Cup would follow in over a decade and two spells at Parkhead before Aston Villa signed the exciting winger for £1m in January 2007. He returned to Celtic for £2.5m just a year later and then 12 months on £1m took him to Wigan Athletic – where he would supply the corner for Ben Watson’s winning header against Manchester City in the 2013 FA Cup final. MLS franchise Chicago Fire took Maloney on a two-year deal in January 2015, however by August of that year he was back in English football with Hull City – where he would be a winner at Wembley again in the 2015/16 Championship play-off final 1-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday. Maloney has over 40 caps for Scotland squad having made his debut against Belarus in 2005.

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Scotland
  Age:
37

Shaun Maloney

 Position:
Attacking Midfielder
  Country:
Scotland
  Age:
37

Shaun Maloney is a Scottish international forward who plays for . Born in Malaysia on 24th January 1993, Maloney joined Celtic aged 17 and made a steep rise from youth to senior football by making his professional debut in 3-0 Old Firm win over Rangers at Ibrox during the 2000/1 season, which Celtic would end as champions. Five further SPL titles, plus one Scottish FA Cup and one League Cup would follow in over a decade and two spells at Parkhead before Aston Villa signed the exciting winger for £1m in January 2007. He returned to Celtic for £2.5m just a year later and then 12 months on £1m took him to Wigan Athletic – where he would supply the corner for Ben Watson’s winning header against Manchester City in the 2013 FA Cup final. MLS franchise Chicago Fire took Maloney on a two-year deal in January 2015, however by August of that year he was back in English football with Hull City – where he would be a winner at Wembley again in the 2015/16 Championship play-off final 1-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday. Maloney has over 40 caps for Scotland squad having made his debut against Belarus in 2005.