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Michael O'Connor is a creative midfield player who joined Scunthorpe United from Crewe during the 2009 close season. A product of the youth set-up at Gresty Road, Michael spent his first few years as a professional with Crewe before moving on to the Iron. Since then, the energetic central-midfield player who possesses a biting tackle and an eye for spectacular goals has become possibly the most treasured cog in Scunthorpe United's midfield machinery. Michael scored nine goals for the Iron in 2010-11, including a mesmerising long-range effort against Queen?s Park Rangers, to make him the club's top scorer. He has been capped at full international level for Northern Ireland.
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Roy Hodgson has taken up his first managerial post since departing as England coach after his appointment by Crystal Palace.
Liverpool return to Champions League action at home to Sevilla on Wednesday.
Manchester City face Dutch champions Feyenoord in the first match of their latest Champions League campaign on Wednesday.
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