Chris Killen

Chris Killen

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Christopher John "Chris" Killen (born 8 October 1981) is a New Zealand international footballer who plays as a striker for Chinese Super League club Shenzhen Ruby F.C.. Killen grew up in Wellington and played his club football for Miramar Rangers. After a trial with Manchester City, he joined City's youth academy. His first senior club appearances came during a loan spell at Wrexham in September 2000, and the following season he was loaned to Port Vale. Killen joined Oldham Athletic in July 2002 for £250,000, but failed to match his price tag through persistent injury, and was eventually released on a free transfer.

In January 2006, Killen joined Hibernian. Killen scored 11 goals for Hibs in the early part of the 2006–07 season, but a ruptured achilles prematurely ended his season in January. Killen's contract with Hibernian expired in the summer of 2007, and he rejected the offer of a one-year extension from the Edinburgh club. He then signed for Celtic on a three year contract, but found first team opportunities hard to come by, and was loaned to Norwich City during the 2008–09 season. Killen rejoined his former Celtic manager Gordon Strachan at Middlesbrough in...
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