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Liam Rosenior

Liam James Rosenior (born 15 December 1984) is an English association football who plays for Hull City A.F.C. as a defender (association football). Liam Rosenior is the son of former Brentford F.C. manager Leroy Rosenior, and spent time on loan at Torquay United F.C., where Liam Rosenior father was manager, during their promotion season (2003–04 in English football).

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Liam Rosenior biography


Liam James Rosenior (born 15 December 1984) is an English association football who plays for Hull City A.F.C. as a defender (association football). Liam Rosenior is the son of former Brentford F.C. manager Leroy Rosenior, and spent time on loan at Torquay United F.C., where Liam Rosenior father was manager, during their promotion season (2003–04 in English football).

Club career

Born in London, Rosenior started Liam Rosenior career with Bristol City F.C. as a promising midfielder. Arguably Liam Rosenior best moment came when Liam Rosenior scored the second goal in a 2–0 victory for Bristol City against Carlisle United F.C. in the 2003 Football League Trophy Final at the Millennium Stadium. This would prove to be Liam Rosenior last appearance for City as Fulham F.C. soon snapped Liam Rosenior up.
Rosenior soon became popular amongst Fulham F.C. fans due to Liam Rosenior Afro hairstyle. During a match against Manchester City F.C. Rosenior made a seemingly impossible goal line clearance while the score was at 1–1, Fulham going on to win the game 2–1 with Steed Malbranque scoring in the last minute. Rosenior later told reporters that Liam Rosenior was able to clear the ball in that manner due to Liam Rosenior Afro hairstyle. Liam Rosenior scored once for Fulham, in a League Cup tie against Lincoln City on 21 September 2005.
Liam Rosenior signed a four-year extension to Liam Rosenior Fulham contract in July 2006, but left Fulham for Reading on 31 August 2007 for an undisclosed fee on a three-year contract, with Seol Ki-Hyeon going the other way. Liam Rosenior debut for Reading came in a 2–1 defeat to Sunderland A.F.C. on 15 September 2007, and Liam Rosenior scored Liam Rosenior first goal for Reading in a 7–4 defeat to Portsmouth F.C. on 29 September 2007, although it was initially awarded to Stephen Hunt (Irish footballer).

On 2 September 2009 Rosenior joined Ipswich Town F.C. on loan for the remainder of 2009–10 season. Liam Rosenior scored Liam Rosenior first goal for Ipswich against Barnsley on 3 October 2009.

On 29 October 2010 Rosenior joined Hull City A.F.C. on a short-term agreement until 1 January 2011. Liam Rosenior made Liam Rosenior debut the following day in the away match at Barnsley F.C.. Liam Rosenior signed a two-and-a-half year deal with Hull on 21 December 2010. Saying "I'm delighted, It's something that we kind of half agreed when I first came here, but it relied on the takeover being completed for me to stay".

International career

Rosenior was called up to the England national under-21 football team squad in March 2005, and made Liam Rosenior début in a 2–2 draw with Germany national under-21 football team on 25 March 2005, closely followed by a second cap in a 2–0 win over Azerbaijan national under-21 football team on 29 March 2005 Liam Rosenior performances earned Liam Rosenior a call up to the England national under-20 football team squad for the Toulon Tournament in June 2005, where Liam Rosenior played three times and scored one goal.

However, it would be over a year and a half before Liam Rosenior would add to Liam Rosenior England U21 caps, with the next one coming against Netherlands national under-21 football team on 14 November 2006. Rosenior made it into the squad for the 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, but only made one appearance, as a substitute in the semi final against Holland U21. Liam Rosenior took part in the epic shootout in this game, scoring Liam Rosenior penalty as England lost 13–12. Due to Liam Rosenior age, this would prove to be Liam Rosenior seventh and last appearance for the England U21 team.

Liam Rosenior qualifies to play for Sierra Leone national football team through Liam Rosenior father.

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liam_Rosenior

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