One of the most capped footballers for Ireland Side – Robbie Brady

Robbie Brady, born in Dublin, Ireland, is an Irish professional football player for Ireland national football team and several football clubs as a winger or a left-back. He was discovered by a scout of Manchester United in football football match for St. Kevin’s Boys. Shortly after his birthday of 16 year old, he became a member of the the club’s academy. He appeared in a football match for Man United in January 2008 for the first time. Two months later, the first reserve team appearance came, where the team won the rival with a 3-1 win. In July 2008, the contract of an academy scholar fortified his place in the U18 in the follow seasons.

In July 2011, he was loaned to Championship club Hull City by Manchester United. He accomplished his first-time appearance in August 2011 at KC Stadium. After three weeks, he won his first Tiger goal in 1-0 win against Reading at the KC Stadium. His loan spell was extended until the end of the 2011-12 season.

In Nov. 2012, he was loaned to Hull City by Manchester United once again. After came back to club Hull City from Man United, he won the first goal in September 2012. For his excellent performances with Hull City, Brady signed with Hull City on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee. After the end of his stint of Hull City, he transferred to Norwich City with a three-year contract for reported £7 million.