| Peter Gal-Andrezly|
→ Middlesbrough (loan)
February 1, 2010
| (1990-05-03) 3 May 1990 (age 25)|
FO ZP Sport Podbrezova (#3 / Midfielder)
Peter Gál-Andrezly (born 3 May 1990) is a Slovak footballer, who currently plays for the Fortuna Liga club MFK Ružomberok.
The Slovak Gal-Andrezly began his career with MFK Kosice and was in 2007 promoted to the seniorside of the Corgoň Liga. Middlesbrough signed him in January 2009 on loan for 6 months. He joined the Middlesbrough reserve team. After the end of the loan contract with Middlesbrough F.C. turned back to MFK Kosice on 1 July 2009. Gal-Andrezly two guest appearances for Shamrock Rovers in friendlies against Newcastle and Real Madrid in July 2009 at Tallaght Stadium and then had a trial spell with Charlton Athletic F.C..
Gál-Andrezly is a member of the Slovakia national under-19 football team and presented the team in the 2009 UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship qualification.
His father Daniel Gál-Andrezly is currently the Head Coach of MFK Spartak Medzev of the II. Slovenská Futbalová Liga.
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