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Chris O'Connor Personal information Full name Chris O'Connor Date of birth 7 May 1985 (1985-05-07) (age 25) Place of birth    Brisbane, Australia Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) Playing position Goalkeeper Club information Current club Bohemians Youth career 1991–2000 Rochedale Rovers Senior career1 Years Club App (Gls)* 2000-2003 2003-2009 2010- Rochedale Rovers Bray Wanderers Bohemians  ? (1) 147 (1) 15 (0)    National team2 2005 2008 Australian U-20 Australian U-23 1 (0) 1 (0) 1 Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 24 October 2010. 2 National team caps and goals correct as of 2 July 2008. * Appearances (Goals) Chris O'Connor (born 7 May 1985) is an Australian football goalkeeper. He currently plays for League of Ireland Champions Bohemians. Contents 1 Club career 2 International career 3 Honours 4 References 5 External links // Club career O'Connor signed for Rochedale Rovers senior team in the Brisbane's Mens League at the age of 15. He was the youngest player ever to be signed in the Queensland State League. He went on to play for Queensland at U-16 and U-19 level. He was signed for Bray Wanderers in 2003 at age 18 and represented the Eircom League in the U-21s Four Nations Tournament in Scotland in 2004. The PFAI named O'Connor as the goalkeeper of the year for first division in 2004 after Bray were promoted to Premier League after that season. O'Connor's form was seen as a major reason for the Bray's promotion in 2004 as he kept 15 clean sheets (a new club record) in 33 league games. Despite his youth O'Connor remained as Bray's first choice goalkeeper throughout the majority of his stay at the Carlisle Grounds and his form was rewarded at the end of the 2009 season when he was nominated for Goalkeeper of the Year in the League of Ireland.[1] Bohs' Brian Murphy went on to win that award for the third successive year but in light of Murphy's departure from the club, Pat Fenlon brought O'Connor to Dalymount Park in time for the 2010 season. O'Connor made an impressive competitive debut for Bohs on 13th March in the Setanta Sports Cup match against Glentoran, and was selected to feature in his first league game for the club 3 days later, away to U.C.D. International career Chris O'Connor made his international debut for Australia in 2005 in the U-20 side in the World Youth Cup qualifiers in the Solomon Islands.[2] After not playing for Australia for 3 years he was brought into the final U-23 Olympic selection camp in Darwin in June 2008 where he played against the Chilean U-23 side. From his performance during the camp O'Connor was selected in the 22 man squad to travel to Beijing for the Olympics.[3][4] Honours Setanta Sports Cup: 1 Bohemians - 2010 References ^ Goalkeeper of the Year award ^ Bray's O'Connor gets Australian call 2005 ^ Bray star earns Olympic call ^ Olympic torch lights up for Bray ace External links Bray Wanderers profile FFA - Olyroo Profile v • d • e Bohemian F.C. – current squad  B. Murphy ·  O'Connor ·  O. Heary ·  Shelley ·  Powell ·  McGuinness ·  Gray ·  Oman ·  Rossiter ·  A. Murphy ·  Cronin ·  Higgins ·  McGlynn ·  Brennan ·  McEvoy ·  Keegan ·  Cretaro ·  Quigley ·  Byrne ·  Madden ·  Greene ·  Hughes · Manager: Fenlon Persondata Name Oconnor, Chris Alternative names Short description Date of birth 7 May 1985 Place of birth Brisbane, Australia Date of death Place of death