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Antony Kay is a versatile player who signed for Huddersfield Town in the summer of 2009 after two seasons at Tranmere. He spent most of his career as a centre back before being converted to a midfield playmaker role while at Prenton Park. Antony is a physically strong player who is powerful in the air. He began the 2010-11 campaign at centre back, but also featured regularly in midfield during the campaign. Antony began his career with Barnsley and has now made over 300 Football League appearances.
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