Richard Dunne
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"Richard Patrick Dunne" is an Irish Association football/footballer who plays as a Defender (association football)/defender and currently plays for Queens Park Rangers F.C./Queens Park Rangers. He also played internationally for the Republic of Ireland national football team from 2000 until 2014. With Ireland he was a member of the 2002 FIFA World Cup squad and played in UEFA Euro 2012.

Dunne began his professional career at Everton F.C./Everton. He later spent nearly a decade at Manchester City F.C./Manchester City before joining Aston Villa F.C./Aston Villa in 2009.

Dunne holds the unique Premier League record of being sent off joint eight times along with Patrick Vieira and Duncan Ferguson. He also holds the premier league record of scoring 12 own goals.

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