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Transfers - Summer 2009

Transfers Completed: Neil Teggart (U21) (Ballymena United to Portadown) Darren Kelly (U21) (York City to Portadown) Gavin Melaugh (U21) (Ballymena United to Lisburn Distillery) Glenn Ferguson (Linfield to Lisburn Distillery) Alan Blayney (Ballymena United to Linfield) Richard Clarke (U21) (Newry City to Glentoran) Chris Casement (Ipswich Town to Dundee) Curtis Allen (U21) (Lisburn Distillery to Linfield) Dean Holden (Falkirk to Shrewsbury) Michael McGovern (U21) (Dundee United to Ross County) Brian McLean (Motherwell to Falkirk) Tony Kane (U21) (Blackburn Rovers to Carlisle United) Robin Shroot (U21) (Birmingham City to Burton Albion) - season loan Aaron Callaghan (U21) (Dungannon Swifts to Lisburn Distillery) Michael O'Connor (Crewe Alexandra to Scunthorpe United) Steve Jones (Burnley to Walsall) Paul Morgan (U21) (Bury to Macclesfield) Andy Smith (Portadown to Ballymena United) Mark Clyde (free agent (ex-Wolves) to Worcester City) Paul McVeigh (Luton Town to

Shane Duff

Name: Shane Joseph Duff Born: 2 April 1982, Wroughton (England) Height: 6.01 ft Weight: 12.10 st Position: Central Defender Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 1 Under-21 Cap (2003). Club Career: Teams .......... --Seasons-- Signed -Fee- --League-- FA Cup FL Cup -Other- Cheltenham Town 02/03-09/10 Oct-00 Youth 184 (9)/ 2 9(1)/0 5(1)/0 11(0)/1 Evesham United . 01/02 .............. Loan (Southern League) Bradford City .. 10/11 ..... Jul-10 . Free . 14 (0)/ 1 ...... 1(0)/0 Biography: The younger brother of Michael Duff , Shane followed his sibling into the Cheltenham Town firstteam. An "uncompromising centre-back", he won a single Northern Ireland Under-21 cap. It was actually Michael's departure for Burnley in 2004 that allowed Shane to establish himself in the middle of the Robins' defence and he showed "confidence and maturity, combining a thoughtful and composed attitude to defending with determination and competitiveness."

Northern Ireland Head-to-Head Record

(Northern) Ireland have played a total of 618 full international matches since 1882... to Germany, 11th October 2016 First Pl W D L F A GD Win % Pts % Albania Algeria Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Barbados Belarus Belgium Bosnia-Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Canada Chile Colombia Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Czechoslovakia  (defunct) Denmark England Estonia Faroe Islands Finland France Georgia Germany  (inc. West Germany) Greece Honduras Hungary Iceland Israel Italy Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Mexico Moldova Montenegro Morocco Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Qatar Rep. of Ireland Romania Russia San Marino Scotland Serbia Serbia - Montenegro  (defunct) Slovakia Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain St Kitts-Nevis Sweden Switzerland Thailand