Hibernians F.C. Players: Aaron Xuereb, Abade Narcisse Fish, Adrian Ciantar, Adrian Mifsud, Adrian Pulis, Andrew Cohen (Footballer), Andre Schem

 
9781155784786: Hibernians F.C. Players: Aaron Xuereb, Abade Narcisse Fish, Adrian Ciantar, Adrian Mifsud, Adrian Pulis, Andrew Cohen (Footballer), Andre Schem
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: Aaron Xuereb, Abade Narcisse Fish, Adrian Ciantar, Adrian Mifsud, Adrian Pulis, Andrew Cohen (footballer), André Schembri, Antoine Zahra (footballer born 1981), Cesar Paiber, Charles Scerri, Christian Callejas, Clayton Failla, David Camilleri, David Carabott, Edison Luiz dos Santos, Edward Azzopardi, Edward Darmanin, Edward Herrera, Elton Morelato, Ernest Spiteri Gonzi, Etienne Barbara, George Lawrence (footballer), Haruna Doda, Jesmond Delia, John Bonello, Jonathan Caruana, Julio Alcorsé, Mario Muscat, Martin Scicluna, Ndubisi Chukunyere, O?egs Malašenoks, Peter Pullicino, Richie Hart, Robert Docherty, Roger Walker (footballer), Rumen Galabov, Silvio Vella, Simon Johnson (footballer), Stefan Sultana, Terence Scerri, Udo Nwoko, Zeferino Paulo Borges, Zoran Levnai?. Excerpt: Etienne Barbara (born 10 June 1982 in Pietà) is a Maltese footballer who most recently played for Vancouver Whitecaps FC in Major League Soccer. Barbara started his career as a youth player with Qormi. After having been spotted by scouts following some impressive displays, he earned a move to play in the Maltese Premier League with Floriana in July 1999. Early in his career with them, he was often used in defensive positions and although he played 74 games with the club he only managed eight goals - all which were all scored during the 2001-02 season. In 2002 Barbara received his first call up to the Maltese national team due to a number of impressive performances for Floriana. With Barbara in high demand he moved on from Floriana after four years of service, and joined ambitious newly promoted club Marsaxlokk on 25 January 2003. He scored an impressive 21 goals in just 43 games. Following two successful years, and a serious of impressive displays with Marsaxlokk, Barbara earned a move to join up with Birkirkara in January 2005. In two seasons, Barbara managed an impressive 31 goals in 59 appearances with Birkirkara, but was forced to leave the club in July 2007, when he was and team mate Roderick Briffa where deemed surplus to requirements, following a major reshuffle in the playing staff the club. Barbara transferred from Birkirkara to Sliema Wanderers in July 2007, and signed a two-year deal, where he teamed up with former team mate Roderick Briffa who had joined earlier in the month. He remained with Malta's most successful club for one season, making a total of 23 appearances and scoring eight goals, but indicated he would leave at the end of the 2007/08 season in order to pursue a career in Europe. Barbara found his move to Europe in the shape of German Regionalliga West (IV) side SC Verl, where he signed a two-year contract. He made his debut for Verl on 16 August 2008 in a league match against Bayer Leverkusen II, being introduced in the second half as a 55t

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