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Maloney in action for the Hoops
Name: Shaun Maloney
Position: Attacking midfielder/winger/forward
Int Caps/Goals: 20/1
Clubs: Celtic, Aston Villa, Celtic
An SFA Players' Player of the Year winner along with Young Player of the Year winner in the same season, Maloney was touted to be the future of Scottish football during his first spell at Celtic Park under Martin O'Neill and Gordon Strachan.
The No. 13 at Celtic made his debut for the club in the famous Old Firm Derby with Rangers in 2001 as his side ran out 3-0 winners.
Switching from forward to left winger in 2005 under new boss Gordan Strachan, Maloney was receiving praise from fans, players and opposition as he helped Celtic to the title with 28 assists and 16 goals.
His form earning him a £1million move to Aston Villa where he linked up with former boss O'Neill, but a lack of games and form saw the striker become homesick.
The highlight of his Villa spell being two goals against Chelsea in a thrilling 4-4 Boxing Day draw in 2007.
Returning to Scotland in the summer of 2008 for a reported £3 million, the flying Scotsman marked his return with a Man of the Match performance.