Patrick Kisnorbo
Association footballer
Patrick Kisnorbo
Patrick Fabio Maxime Kisnorbo is an Australian football (soccer) player of Mauritian and Italian heritage who plays for Leeds United in The Championship of the English Football League. Kisnorbo is also an Australian international with 18 caps to his name. Also known by his nickname Paddy. He is the vice-captain at Leeds. Kisnorbo plays at centre-back but in the past he has also played as a defensive midfielder.
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Victory, Heart in dour derby draw
Byron Shire News - over 3 years
THE hand of Melbourne Heart recruit Patrick Kisnorbo has saved his A-League club in a scoreless derby against Melbourne Victory.
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Leeds United: Connolly joins up with Millwall
Yorkshire Evening Post - over 3 years
Former Leeds United defender Paul Connolly has joined Millwall on a short-term contract, four months after leaving Elland Road. Connolly, who was released by Leeds in May, could feature against United at the New Den on September 28 after agreeing a deal with Millwall until January. The 29-year-old was one of six senior players who Leeds parted company with 24 hours before the final game of last season. He drifted out of favour after 64 appearances for the club and spent the final stages of the 2012-13 term on loan at Preston. Another of those released –Australian international Patrick Kisnorbo – signed for Melbourne Heart earlier this week. Melbourne coach, John Aloisi said: “In addition to being an excellent defender, Patrick brings leadership qualities.”
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Leeds United: McDermott keen to do early deals in transfer market
Yorkshire Evening Post - almost 4 years
After announcing his retained list Boss Brian McDermott is keen to do some early deals in the transfer market. Phil Hay reports. Leeds United’s players were called together after training on Thursday to discuss their individual fitness plans for the summer. Brian McDermott wants no messing about next month; just a fit and healthy squad, ready to train on June 27. Yesterday he followed up that meeting by announcing his retained list and telling 10 players that they would not be offered extended terms when their contracts expire next month. Four of those released by United are young professionals. The senior contingent included Davide Somma, Habib Habibou and long-term injury victim Leigh Bromby who will retire and take on a permanent coaching role with Leeds next season. The centre-back, 32, is more than 12 months into his recovery from a snapped patella tendon and has used an inactive year to clear the way for a career as a youth-team coach. He managed United’s Under-18s for a sho ...
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The Leeds United first team squad McDermott inherits
Yorkshire Evening Post - almost 4 years
Taking a look at the Leeds United squad that Brian McDermott will take charge of and details of when their contracts expire... McDermott finds the bulk of Leeds United’s senior players under contract after taking charge of the squad at Elland Road. All but seven are tied to deals which run beyond this summer and United’s new manager will have key decisions to make on a number of the professionals he inherits from Neil Warnock. Contract expiry dates: 2013: Leigh Bromby, Davide Somma, Habib Habibou (loan), Patrick Kisnorbo, Paul Rachubka, Paul Connolly, Alex Cairns. 2014: Michael Brown, Luke Varney, Adam Drury, Paul Green, El-Hadji Diouf, Jamie Ashdown, Danny Pugh, Charlie Taylor. 2015: David Norris, Rodolph Austin, Lee Peltier, Paddy Kenny, 
Stephen Warnock, Aidan White, Michael Tonge, 
Ryan Hall, Chris Dawson, Dominic Poleon, Ross McCormack, Zac Thompson. 2016: Jason Pearce, Tom Lees, Steve Morison, Sam Byram.
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Leeds United: Chinese whispers confuse Kisnorbo
Yorkshire Evening Post - about 4 years
Patrick Kisnorbo is set to see out his loan at Ipswich Town after a bizarre sequence of events in which the Leeds United defender was forced to deny that he was quitting England and moving to China. Kisnorbo found himself at the centre of a peculiar transfer saga after an Australian sports management firm claimed the 31-year-old had agreed to join Liaoning Whowin, one of China’s Super League clubs. A move to the Far East, where the transfer window is open until the end of this month, would have ended Kisnorbo’s three-and-a-half year career at Elland Road and unexpectedly cut short his half-season loan to Ipswich. {http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/register?referrer=http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk|Click here to register and have your say on the Leeds United stories and issues that matter to you|Click here to register and have your say on the Leeds United stories and issues that matter to you} Calibre Management, an agency based in Melbourne, announced the deal on Twitter ...
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Leeds United v Oxford United: Warnock hails Austin masterclass
Yorkshire Evening Post - over 4 years
Leeds United manager Neil Warnock lauded the performance of Rodolph Austin who has quickly won the hearts of fans since his summer move from Norwegian side SK Brann. And the classy Jamaican international midfielder’s scorching first goal for the club sent Oxford United on the way to their first defeat of the season and out of the Capital One Cup. Austin, whose mentor at Brann was former Leeds midfielder Eirik Bakke, created chances and made some vital tackles when needed, putting in a lung-bursting stint and striking the bar with a second half pile-driver from distance as Leeds won 3-0. Keen to take a good look at some of his fringe players, Warnock made six changes from the side which won at Peterborough, including first starts for former Portsmouth keeper Jamie Ashdown and striker Andy Gray, in his second spell at the club, while defender Patrick Kisnorbo made his first start since January. Yet it was Austin, 27, and teenager Sam Byram who took the eye, Byram netting a delightful ...
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Preston North End v Leeds United: Whites head in right direction
Yorkshire Evening Post - over 4 years
Rodolph Austin was missing and Lee Peltier sat in the crowd, fresh from scribbling his name on the dotted line. It is, as someone else might say, step by step and brick by brick but Neil Warnock is getting there with days and hours to go. At the start of July the Leeds United manager had half a team and no more than half a chance in the Championship but his job is not quite the flurry of angst it once was. By the time he and his team reached Preston on Saturday, his 10th summer signing was in the bag and the prospect of the new season felt almost welcome. Peltier is signing number ten, acquired from Leicester City on a three-year contract and tailor made for the right side of Warnock’s defence. The transfer was finalised before Saturday’s friendly against Preston North End and formally announced during the first half, denying Peltier the opportunity to play but allowing him to watch at close-quarters. Warnock sent him over to a crowd of 2,000 travelling supporters at the final whistl ...
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Leeds United: Clayton move marks change of direction - Gray
Yorkshire Evening Post - almost 5 years
The announcements made by the club on Wednesday were probably what we all expected – with probably the only surprise being the decision to put Adam Clayton on the transfer list. To be fair, Neil Warnock did say to me last week that there might be one or two names on the list that would surprise people. I think the thing about it is that everybody knew there was going to be a big turnaround of players. I know many have also wondered just how many players who finished the season at the club would actually start the new one. Well, looking at what has happened, it’s only going to be four or five! The bottom line is that when you finish 14th in a league which hasn’t been the best, you know you are not good enough, that’s the thing about it. If you are going to challenge in the league, you have got to get players who are capable of doing that. It’s not a case of blaming individuals, as such, it’s more of an all-around thing in terms of looking at the team overall. And last season, we ...
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Leeds United: Kisnorbo’s backing for Bromby
Yorkshire Evening Post - almost 5 years
Leeds United defender Patrick Kisnorbo has sent a message of support to Leigh Bromby as his team-mate faces up to major knee surgery.
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Leeds United: Warnock’s scouts out in force
Yorkshire Evening Post - almost 5 years
Neil Warnock is optimistic that his plan to strengthen Leeds United’s squad is already in full flow after dispatching scouts across the country on Saturday. Warnock revealed that “eight or nine” staff – among them his assistant, Mick Jones, and first-team coach Ronnie Jepson – were sent to analyse potential signings while Leeds fought out a 1-1 draw with Cardiff City. The United manager admitted his attempt to cast the net wide before the end of the Championship term reflected the urgency of the job facing him during the close season with United destined for a mid-table finish after their final game against Leicester City on Saturday. Warnock’s targets are believed to include Portsmouth centre-back Jason Pearce, who has been linked to Elland Road with increasing regularity over the past week, and few areas of his team will remain untouched after a run of four wins from 14 games since his appointment as manager. Luciano Becchio’s second-half header claimed a point in Cardiff but Uni ...
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LUFC Leeds United season stats so far - Vitalfootball
Google News - over 5 years
Patrick Kisnorbo, Ross McCormack, Darren O`Dea, Robert Snodgrass, Adam Clayton and Andy Lonergan the players. West Ham United currently have the best home average with 26966 going through the turnstiles. Leeds are fourth with an average of 24006
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Town 2-1 Leeds United - TWTD.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
On 20 Patrick Kisnorbo headed a corner from the left over with the Blues still to find their feet. Town's first opportunity of the match came in the 23rd minute when Leadbitter, playing a very narrow left-sided role, found Murphy on the edge of the
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Faubert - I want to leave Irons - Yahoo! Eurosport UK
Google News - over 5 years
The French winger, 28, endured a miserable season as the Hammers were relegated but has made two lively substitute appearances this term and provided the cross for Patrick Kisnorbo's own-goal in Sunday's 2-2 draw with Leeds
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Fulham, Leeds United, Swansea City - Armando Lozano sparks transfer fight - GiveMeFootball.com
Google News - over 5 years
Leeds' defensive fallibility was there for all to see against West Ham United on Sunday, as Carlton Cole's volley and Patrick Kisnorbo's own goal denied Simon Grayson's side their first away win of the season. Swansea will be looking for resources as
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West Ham 2 - 2 Leeds - BBC News
Google News - over 5 years
The Hammers looked to be heading for their best start to a season in 12 years after Patrick Kisnorbo scored an own goal. But Clayton was first to react in the dying minutes after Jonny Howson struck the bar, driving in the equaliser. ... - -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Patrick Kisnorbo
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 34
    On 1 May 2016, Kisnorbo announced his retirement from professional football.
    More Details Hide Details Kisnorbo was part of Australia's 2001 Youth World Cup campaign, playing five matches for the under-20 team in Oceania qualifiers, including a goal against Papua New Guinea. He remained on the squad for the finals, appearing in all the matches leading up to Australia's second-round elimination at the hands of Brazil. His performances in the under-20 level led to his first international appearance on 6 July 2002 against Vanuatu in Australia's first match of the 2002 OFC Nations Cup. He made three appearances in the tournament including the defeat to New Zealand in the final.
  • 2014
    Age 32
    Kisnorbo was appointed captain of Melbourne City for the 2014/15 season.
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  • 2013
    Age 31
    On 3 May 2013, it was announced that Kisnorbo, along with 10 other players were being released from the club.
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    On 9 September 2013, it was announced that Kisnorbo had signed a one-year contract with Melbourne Heart FC as a replacement for the injured Orlando Engelaar.
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    In January 2013, he signed for Ipswich Town on a one-month loan.
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  • 2012
    Age 30
    Kisnorbo made his first start of the season on 28 August 2012 in a League Cup match against Oxford United.
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    With Kisnorbo missing several pre-season games he wasn't allocated a number for the 2012–13 season, losing his number 3 squad number to Adam Drury.
    More Details Hide Details Kisnorbo returned to the Leeds squad on 4 August in the pre-season friendly against Preston North End. Kisnorbo was allocated the squad number 6 for the upcoming season and was named on the bench for the first game of the season against Shrewsbury Town on 11 August.
    Manager, Neil Warnock revealed on 3 May that he was hoping that Kisnorbo may return from injury in time for the start of the 2012–13 pre-season.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2011
    Age 29
    Kisnorbo revealed he wouldn't be wearing his iconic head bandage for the 2011–12 season as he wanted it to represent a new start for him.
    More Details Hide Details Kisnorbo scored the opening goal in the pre-season friendly victory against Newcastle United. Kisnorbo started for Leeds on the opening day of the season as they suffered a 3–1 defeat against Southampton. It was his first competitive start for Leeds since picking up his injury against Millwall 17 months earlier. Kisnorbo was handed the captaincy in the absence of suspended captain Jonny Howson on 16 August against Hull City. Kisnorbo scored an own goal against West Ham United on 21 August. Kisnorbo's poor form continued when he was sent off and gave away a penalty for Leeds in the match against Bristol City on 17 September. As a result of the suspension, Kisnorbo missed the League Cup game against fierce rivals Manchester United. After a spell on the bench due to the partnership of Tom Lees and Darren O'Dea, Kisnorbo came on as a substitute replacing O'Dea in Leeds' 1–1 draw against Cardiff City on 30 October. After starting in the 5–0 loss against Blackpool, Kisnorbo put in an impressive performance against his old side Leicester City on 6 November to help earn Leeds a clean sheet in a 1–0 win.
    In March 2011, Kisnorbo returned to full training with Leeds after his long spell out injured.
    More Details Hide Details In Leeds' penultimate game of the season, against Burnley, Kisnorbo made the provisional squad but failed to make the substitutes bench. On 6 May, Grayson revealed the club were going to offer Kisnorbo a new contract on a short term deal, which, if he accepted, would allow him more time to earn a new long term deal once he proved his fitness. On 7 May, Kisnorbo was named on the bench for Leeds against Queens Park Rangers, the first time he was included in a matchday squad since suffering his ruptured Achilles tendon. Kisnorbo made his first appearance of the season as a second-half substitute against QPR in the final game of the season. With Kisnorbo only on a short term contract to prove his fitness, Crystal Palace and Brighton & Hove Albion were linked with signing the player. Manager Simon Grayson then claimed that he was looking for Kisnorbo to prove his fitness before offering him a longer term contract. After completing his injury rehab in his native Australia, Kisnorbo returned to pre-season training for Leeds United a week later than his team mates. After returning from his long injury lay off, and proving his fitness, Kisnorbo signed a new two-year contract at Leeds on 10 July.
    As Kisnorbo's contract was set to expire in June 2011, he had to prove his fitness to the coaching staff at Leeds in the hope of earning a new contract, or be free to join another club.
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    However, on 11 March 2011, it was confirmed that he would not play again in the 2010–11 season.
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  • 2010
    Age 28
    After having another operation on his injury in October 2010, Grayson said that Kisnorbo was looking to return later than planned, with an estimated return around February/March 2011.
    More Details Hide Details On 20 November, Grayson reiterated his desire to keep Kisnorbo but stated that he had to prove his fitness before being offered a new deal at Leeds. Kisnorbo got an infection on his Achilles tendon injury, and stepped up his rehab by going to the USA for treatment. Kisnorbo returned to Leeds' training ground Thorp Arch during mid January.
    Kisnorbo joined the Leeds squad on the pre-season tour of Slovakia despite being injured. Grayson confirmed that Kisnorbo was looking to return from his Achilles tendon rupture injury around December/January time meaning he would miss at least half of the 2010/11 season for Leeds.
    More Details Hide Details Manager Simon Grayson revealed contract talks with Kisnorbo would start once the defender returned from injury and managed to prove his fitness.
    In May 2010, he was selected in the Football League One PFA Team of the Year for the 2009–10 season.
    More Details Hide Details On the final day of the season Kisnorbo was named as the fans' Leeds United Player Of The Season and also the Players' Player Of The Season. Leeds were promoted to the Football League Championship after finishing in 2nd place in League 1 and thus earning automatic promotion.
    Kisnorbo's season prematurely ended after he suffered a suspected ruptured acchilles tendon against Millwall in March, ending his hopes of playing in Leeds's promotion charge, and also his dream of playing in the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
    More Details Hide Details Leeds as a result signed Neill Collins on loan from Preston to cover his absence.
  • 2009
    Age 27
    Kisnorbo was subsequently selected in the Australian squad for a friendly against the Netherlands on 10 October 2009.
    More Details Hide Details Kisnorbo's ruptured Achilles tendon injury suffered against Millwall in March 2010 ruled him out of the 2010 World Cup for Australia. In June 2011, Kisnorbo was recalled to the Australia national side for the first time since recovering from his Achilles tendon injury when he was called up to train with the national side in a non playing role ahead of the friendly against Serbia. Upon retiring, Kisnorbo was appointed as an assistant youth coach at Melbourne City under Joe Palatsides. South Melbourne Leicester City Australia national football team
    On 22 July 2009, Kisnorbo signed for Leeds United on a two-year contract.
    More Details Hide Details He made his debut in a 2–1 win over Exeter City on 8 August. On his debut Kisnorbo suffered a head wound which required stitches, after receiving stitches to the wound off the pitch he came out wearing a head bandage. After playing for Australia on 12 August, Kisnorbo became Leeds's 100th full international player. Whilst at Leeds he established himself as a fans' favourite for his solid performances and his brave style of play. After suffering the head injury, which required 12 stitches, Kisnorbo wore a protective headband. He rejected plastic surgery to avoid losing his place in the team: "I can't see myself going for surgery at the moment because I've got bigger things to worry about than getting this sorted." Kisnorbo scored his first goal for Leeds against Millwall on his return to the starting lineup after missing the previous game against Norwich City having picked up an illness on international duty. His international call-ups along with other internationals at Leeds resulted in games against Swindon Town and Bristol Rovers being postponed. Kisnorbo missed the games against Kettering Town, Oldham Athletic and local rivals Huddersfield Town through an injury he picked up in training. He had not recovered from injury to be able to have a part in the squad in the FA Cup replay to Kettering. Instead, the Australia international returned to the Leeds starting line up against Brentford.
    Kisnorbo made his competitive return as a second-half substitute in a 1–0 win over Millwall on 14 March 2009, but by then was facing competition in the first team from teammates Wayne Brown, Jack Hobbs, Michael Morrison and Aleksandar Tunchev.
    More Details Hide Details He started just three games in the second half of the season, which saw the club secure their promotion as League One champions. It was reported on 28 April that manager Nigel Pearson told Kisnorbo he could leave on a free transfer the following summer as the club began their preparations for their Championship campaign the following season. Leicester on 29 May released Kisnorbo at the end of his contract, along with Paul Henderson, Marc Edworthy, Bruno N'Gotty and Barry Hayles. Kisnorbo stated he was "very disappointed to have been released", and made it clear that he wanted "to show Leicester next season what they are missing because I'm desperate to stay in the Championship." He had trials with Crystal Palace and Derby County, but was unable to secure a move to either club.
    Kisnorbo won the 2009–10 fans Player of The Season award and also the Players Player Award for Leeds United in his debut season.
    More Details Hide Details During his first 2 years at Leeds, Kisnorbo wore a headband bandage when playing football as 'tradition' after initially wearing it after suffering a head injury on his Leeds debut. Kisnorbo was born in Melbourne to a Mauritian father and an Italian mother who was from Trieste. Because of his mother's birth, Kisnorbo holds an Italian passport, which allows him to bypass European Union work permit restrictions. Kisnorbo began playing football as a youth in his hometown with Essendon City and Bulleen. He then played in the South Melbourne youth team for two seasons before being selected for the senior team, which was competing in the now defunct National Soccer League.
  • 2008
    Age 26
    He later returned for the first team coming on as a substitute in a 1–1 draw against Oldham Athletic on 18 October 2008.
    More Details Hide Details However, he was struck with another ligament injury to his other knee in a 3–0 FA Cup win over Stevenage Borough on 9 November, putting him out for two more months.
    Further misfortune came when Kisnorbo suffered damaged knee ligaments in 3–1 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday on 26 April 2008, sidelining him for six months.
    More Details Hide Details His injury badly affected Leicester's hopes of surviving in the Championship. He played his 100th game and scored his last ever goal for Leicester in a 2–0 home win over Ipswich on 26 December 2007. Kisnorbo returned to action the following season in a 3–0 reserve team win over Rushden & Diamonds on 2 October.
    Kisnorbo's third was another red card by referee Mike Pike for a foul on Billy Sharp on 5 April 2008.
    More Details Hide Details Pike awarded Sheffield United a penalty kick as they won 3–0. Video replays, however, showed no contact between the two, confirming that Sharp was diving. Holloway branded Pike's decision "embarrassing", saying "that was the biggest blunder I've seen in a long time." Leicester also succeeded in their appeal against the second red card.
  • 2007
    Age 25
    In the 2007–08 season, Kisnorbo was relegated to League One with the club, but was also on the receiving end of no less than three controversial refereeing decisions.
    More Details Hide Details His first was a goal against Scunthorpe United on 20 October, which referee Scott Mathieson ruled out for an offside, depriving Leicester of an away win. Video replay showed that Kisnorbo's disallowed goal was actually onside, greatly frustrating him, while Leicester coach Gerry Taggart commented "We have all seen the replay of Patrick's goal in the dressing room and he is clearly not offside." Kisnorbo's second was a red card by referee Phil Joslin for what the linesman claimed was a foul on Pablo Couñago. Joslin awarded Ipswich Town a penalty kick, and Ipswich won 3–1. Joslin admitted his mistake, and had the ban rescinded the following day after video replays showed Kisnorbo actually won the ball outside the penalty area. Leicester's then-manager Ian Holloway described the sending off as a "complete kerfuffle". The Leicester club was fined £3,000 by The Football Association, however, because of Kisnorbo's teammates' angry appeals to Joslin during the game.
  • 2006
    Age 24
    His performance in the 2006–07 season earned him the players' player of the season award from his teammates.
    More Details Hide Details It was also at this point that he became a fan favourite.
    Kisnorbo began the 2006–07 season well, scoring two goals and putting in fine rear-guard displays against Coventry City and Southend United, helping the club survive relegation yet again.
    More Details Hide Details He was linked with a move to Fulham during the January transfer window.
  • 2005
    Age 23
    Transfer speculation linked Kisnorbo to Wigan Athletic at the end of the 2005–06 season, but he decided to extend his stay with Leicester by signing a new three-year contract, less than 12 months after joining the club.
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    Kisnorbo's first goal for Leicester came on 15 October 2005 against Watford at Vicarage Road, which turned out to be the match winner.
    More Details Hide Details His initial appearances for Leicester were as a midfielder, and at first he failed to adjust and was booed by his own fans during a 2–1 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday. However, a move back to defence resulted in a change in fortunes for Kisnorbo, and his partnership with then-teammate Paddy McCarthy was instrumental in helping Leicester avoid relegation to League One that season.
    Kisnorbo joined Leicester City in April 2005 after leaving Hearts, signing a pre-contract agreement in January.
    More Details Hide Details He followed former Hearts boss Craig Levein, teammates Mark de Vries and Alan Maybury across the border to the Midlands club.
  • 2004
    Age 22
    In 2004 Kisnorbo was again selected for the squad for the Oceania Cup.
    More Details Hide Details In Australia's last group match against Solomon Islands he was sent off for receiving two yellow cards, ending his tournament. He declined to join the "Olyroos" squad for an Olympic preparation tour in July, electing to concentrate on cementing a place at Hearts in the pre-season. This decision harmed his national team aspirations, as he was left out of the squad that eventually lost to Iraq in the quarter-finals. Kisnorbo made appearances for Australia in friendlies against Ghana, Denmark, China and Uruguay. These performances led to his selection for the Australian 2007 AFC Asian Cup squad, playing in the first two group matches against Oman and Iraq. After Australia tied the first match and lost the second, Kisnorbo was dropped from the starting line-up amongst a host of changes. He played no further part in the tournament as Australia were eventually knocked out by Japan.
    He spent 18 months at Hearts, playing a total of 64 competitive games, before his contract expired at the end of the 2004–05 season.
    More Details Hide Details It was not renewed by the club.
    Kisnorbo quickly became a regular for the first team where he made 48 appearances in two seasons, scoring his only league goal in a 2–1 win over Hibernian on 24 October 2004.
    More Details Hide Details Kisnorbo also played in the UEFA Cup against such clubs as Bordeaux, Feyenoord, Schalke 04 and Ferencváros, and scored a goal against Portuguese club SC (Sporting Club) Braga.
  • 2003
    Age 21
    Following the collapse of the Australian National Soccer League, he made his move from South Melbourne to the Edinburgh-based Scottish Premier League club Hearts in July 2003, signing a two-year contract.
    More Details Hide Details He was recommended to Hearts by former player Dave McPherson.
  • 2002
    Age 20
    Kisnorbo has represented Australia at international level in three tournaments; the 2002 and 2004 Nation Cups and the 2007 Asian Cup.
    More Details Hide Details He started his professional career at South Melbourne and later played for the Scottish club Hearts before joining Leicester and then transferring to Leeds United.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1981
    Born
    Born on March 24, 1981.
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