Aiden McGeady

Aiden McGeady

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Aiden McGeady (born 4 April 1986 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a footballer who currently plays as a winger for Russian club Spartak Moscow. Although born and brought up in Scotland, McGeady plays internationally for the Republic of Ireland, a country he qualifies for through his grandparents. McGeady's father John McGeady was also a professional footballer.

Club career


McGeady ascended through the ranks of the youth and reserve teams of Scottish Premier League club Celtic. He was handed his senior debut on 24 April 2004 aged 18 in a league game against Hearts at Tynecastle late in the 2003–04 season. He started the match and marked it with a goal after just 17 minutes. He made his UEFA Champions League debut the next season in a game against Italian side AC Milan and made the breakthrough into the first-team that same season, with 27 appearances in the league as Celtic finished runners up in Martin O'Neill's final season with the club.

McGeady's 2005–06 season was hampered by a persistent knee injury and he struggled to get a starting place ahead of Shaun Maloney and Shunsuke Nakamura, but still managed to make 19 appearances over the course of the season as Celtic romped to the league title.

2006–07 marked the exit of Maloney to Aston Villa in January 2007, following a first half of the season plagued by injury. This opened a spot for McGeady where the player blossomed. He was a mainstay in the Celtic team that not only once...
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