Matt McKay

Matt McKay

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Matt McKay

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Matthew Graham "Matt" McKay (born 11 January 1983) is an Australian football player who plays for and the Australia national team. He has played for Brisbane since their first season in the A-League, and is currently their captain. His most successful season, on both the club scale and at international level, came in the 2010–11 season, in which he led Brisbane to their first ever A-League championship and premiership, and also played an integral role in Australia's second placing in the 2011 AFC Asian Cup.

Club career

Matt attended Brisbane Grammar School and played for the School's First XI. He has played for Brisbane Roar since the start of the A-League. He has played the most number of games for the Roar on 130, scoring the second most goals of all-time for the Roar with 18, just two behind Reinaldo. He is now the team captain of Brisbane Roar after Craig Moore left the club. He wears the number 15 for the club.

McKay led Brisbane to their first A-League premiership and championship in 2011. The Roar topped the table, and continued their record-breaking 28-game unbeaten run with a miraculous 4–2 (2–2 aet) penalty shoot-out win over the Central Coast Mariners in the 2011 A-League Grand Final.

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