Simon Storey

Simon Storey

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Simon Storey

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Simon Storey (born 5 June 1974) is an Australian football who is currently a free agent after his previous club, North Queensland Fury ceased to participate in the A-League, through financial difficulties. He has previously played for Melbourne Victory in the A-League in their Championship and Premiership winning team.

Club career

Storey began his senior career at Springvale City in State League 1 for one season at the age of 16 whilst on scholarship with the Victorian Institute of Sport for 3 years.

His 3 year stint at Green Gully in the Victorian Premier League as a left wing back, where, in his final year was awarded the Victorian Premier League Under 21 Player of the Year, and was also awarded the Jimmy Rooney medal (for best on ground) in a victorious Green Gully side in the grand final. Storey then went on to play for South Melbourne in the National Soccer League as a left full back under Stuart Munro. Storey was signed to be a part of the inaugural Melbourne Victory FC squad for Hyundai A-League season 2005/06. In season 2006/07 Storey was an integral part at right full back in the Melbourne side that would become the first team to complete the A-League double in the history of the competition; clinching the premiership against the New Zealand Knights 4-0 at Olympic Park with 4 rounds of competition remaining, then beating Adelaide United 6-0 in the grand final at a 56,000 sold out Telstra Dome to take the championship.

He joined Scottish club Partick Thistle in...
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