|Full name Liam Rhys Reddy|
Spouse Christie Reddy
Height 1.88 m
|Playing position |
Role football player
Place of birth Sydney, Australia
Name Liam Reddy
|Current team Central Coast Mariners FC (#12 / Goalkeeper)|
Children Hendrix Reddy, Marley Reddy
Similar Hamza Abdullah, Mike Zimmer, Rick Spielman
Parents Rod Reddy, Virginia Reddy
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- Early life
- Club career
- Wellington Phoenix
- Sydney FC
- Return to Australia
- Central Coast Mariners
- Western Sydney Wanderers
- Perth Glory
- A League career statistics
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Reddy comes from a successful sports family. His father is former Australian rugby league international and St George Dragons forward Rod Reddy, and he is the brother of rugby league legend Joel Reddy and Adelaide Thunderbirds netball goalkeeper Bianca Reddy.
Reddy played for the Newcastle Jets in the inaugural A-League season. He left Newcastle after falling out with the coach Nick Theo. Reddy's father Rod Reddy had previously engaged in physical altercation with Theo, while Liam was playing for Parramatta Power. Reddy signed a two-year deal with the Brisbane Roar at the commencement of the 2006/07 season. He played his junior career with the North Sutherland Rockets until the under twelves, when he was scouted by Sydney United
Brisbane Roar reported in December 2009 that Reddy would be released at the end of the season at his own request. This was subsequently brought forward to an immediate release and Reddy signed with the Wellington Phoenix for the remainder of the season as injury cover for the Phoenix's All White's goalkeeper Mark Paston. Reddy's debut for the Phoenix was an away fixture against Adelaide United which ended as a draw. Reddy's second game was against Central Coast Mariners where he kept his first clean sheet for the Phoenix.
Reddy went on to play in the next two home fixtures for the Phoenix and he played a pivotal role in winning both of the matches. Reddy was named 'Player of the Day' for his contributions in the Phoenix's 3–0 win against North Queensland Fury. Reddy helped the Phoenix get back on track with their play-off hopes with his third clean sheet in Wellington colours against Adelaide United. This clean sheet was much needed for the Phoenix having conceded six goals in the previous two matches against Melbourne Victory and Perth Glory.
Reddy currently holds the Wellington Phoenix record for most consecutive clean sheets after he kept three clean sheets against Adelaide United, Gold Coast United and Central Coast Mariners. The Phoenix won all three of those matches and secured an historic play-off against Perth Glory. In that play-off, the game finished 1–1 with Chris Greenacre grabbing a goal. In the penalty shoot-out, Reddy made two brilliant saves and sent the Phoenix to a home semifinal against Newcastle Jets. Even though Reddy was with the Phoenix for a short period of time, playing a total of only 12 matches. Reddy was a favourite with the Wellington fans when he was announced as one of the finalists for the Members' Player of the Year.
It was announced by Sydney FC that Reddy had signed a 3-year contract with the club. Reddy contested for the #1 Jersey, with Ivan Necevski who has been the reserve keeper for Sydney FC for several years. He was controversially sent off against the Central Coast Mariners after referee Matthew Breeze deemed he had tripped Mariners midfielder Patricio Pérez. However, the Match Review Panel expunged the Red Card as well as the mandatory 1-week suspension, after deeming Perez had dived in order to win the penalty. He played his first game back since October against the Melbourne Heart.
On 29 March 2012 Reddy was sent home from a trip to New Zealand after allegedly being drunk on the plane trip over. He was subsequently suspended from the rest of the 2011–12 finals campaign. On 13 April 2012, Reddy's contract was terminated by Sydney FC immediately due to 'serious misconduct'.
On 22 July 2012, according to Iranian news media reports, he joined the Iranian Premier League club, Esteghlal with a two-year contract but he left the club in January 2013 without playing any matches for them.
Return to Australia
After failing to make a single appearance for Esteghlal, Reddy returned to Australia, where he promptly signed for Sydney United in the NSW Premier League.
Central Coast Mariners
On 23 August 2013, Reddy signed a one-year deal with then A-League Champions, the Central Coast Mariners. On 15 March 2014, Reddy signed a two-year contract extension with the Gosford-based club after a series of strong performances.
On the 10 December 2015, Central Coast Mariners parted ways with Reddy by mutual consent for disciplinary reasons which occurred 2 months previously. Reddy had been dropped from the club following the incidents, and had been training in isolation away from the team.
Western Sydney Wanderers
On 13 December 2015, Western Sydney Wanderers announced that they had signed Reddy as a goalkeeper for the remainder of the 2015–16 season. At the conclusion of his contract at the end of the season, Reddy was released by Western Sydney Wanderers after playing 6 matches.
Reddy signed with Perth Glory in June 2016, his seventh A-League club (a record).
A-League career statisticsAs of 9 May 2016
CS = Clean Sheets