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Thursday, January 26, 2017

Australia Day - Trent McClenahan

 Today is Australia Day which gives BN an excuse to remember Trent McClenahan who played as a defender for Hereford United.

McClenahan started his UK football career at West Ham in 2002. At the age of 16  he impressed in trials and then signed a three year deal.

He made his debut as a substitute in a 3-2 win over Crewe Alexandra in 2004 and also played for them against Southend in the Carling Cup.

But in 2005 he went on loan to MK Dons where he made over 40 starts.

Then in August 2006 he joined Hereford United where he stayed for two seasons.

In that time he made 64 appearances for the Bulls and scored two goals.

He missed several matches whilst away playing for the Olyroos and when available was sometimes in competition with Simon Travis for a starting place. 

As he wasn't offered a new contract in the summer of 2008 he left Edgar Street and moved to Scotland.

Later he returned to Australia and is reported to be currently playing for Rockdale City Suns FC.