Anthony Flood

Forward

Player Profile

Date of Birth: 31 Dec 1984

Place of Birth: Dublin

Nationality: Ireland

Position: Forward

Height: 6' 3"

Club History

CLUBS

Start DateEnd DateTeam
Jan 2017 Present Bray Wanderers
Jul 2012 Oct 2013 St. Patrick's Athletic
Feb 2011 Nov 2011 Bohemians
Mar 2010 Jul 2010 Galway United (defunct)
Jul 2007 Nov 2009 Shelbourne
Dec 2006 May 2007 Dundalk
Jul 2006 Nov 2006 Shamrock Rovers  (Loan)
Jul 2005 Nov 2005 Athlone Town  (Loan)
Jan 2005 Nov 2006 St. Patrick's Athletic

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Known as 'Bisto', Anthony started his LoI career when he signed for St. Patrick's Athletic at the start of the 2005 season. He spent most of that year on loan at Athlone Town where he scored seven goals in 14 league appearances. He returned to the Saints at the start of 2006, but went out on loan once more in July, this time to Shamrock Rovers. Anto scored three times for the Hoops in 9 league appearances in the second half of the '06 season.

In December 2006 Anto signed for John Gill at Dundalk. He started the 2007 season at Oriel Park but was released by the club in May for a breach of club discipline and then signed for Shelbourne in July 2007.

He remained at Shelbourne for 2008 and 2009 but was released at the end of '09 having scored 38 goals in 83 appearances.

In March 2010 he traveled west to sign for Sean Connor at Galway United and made 16 league appearances at Terryland Park, scoring seven goals. But in July of that year he moved abroad, signing for Norwegian side Örebro SK.

Anto returned to Ireland in February 2011 and joined Pat Fenlon's Bohemians, making 33 league appearances and scoring 8 league goals that season. But he spent just one season at Dalymount Park and in January 2012 Anto moved to England where he joined Southend United.

Six months later, at the end of the 2011/12 season, Anto returned to Ireland, signing for Liam Buckley at St Patrick's Athletic in July 2012. He made his Pats debut at Richmond Park against IBV of Iceland in the Europa League on 5 July and scored one league goal in 8 league appearances. The following season Anto scored ten league goals in 27 league appearances as Pats won the League title and Anto won the first League winner's medal of his career.

At the end of the 2013 season Anto left Richmond Park to emigrate to Australia. But he returned to the league in January of 2017 when he signed for Harry Kenny at Bray Wanderers.

(Photo credit: Maurice Frasier)


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