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Kevin Foley is a versatile player who signed for Wolverhampton Wanderers shortly after the start of the 2007-08 season. Although principally a right back, he has also played in the centre and on the right-hand side of midfield. He is a hard working player, strong in the tackle and a consistent performer. Kevin settled in quickly at Molineux and won the club's Player of the Year award in 2008-09. However, he missed part of the following campaign through injury and when he returned to fitness he featured in midfield. He was restored to the right-back role for 2010-11 and was once again a regular in the side. Kevin developed in the academy at Luton and made over 150 appearances for the Hatters before joining Wolves. He is a full international for the Republic of Ireland.
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