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Evan Alexandrow-Ridley

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Club Career[edit | edit source]

Born in Bega,[1] Alexandrow-Ridley progressed through the Youth System at ACT Academy of Sport and Australian Institute of Sport, where he then moved to Woden Valley FC in National Premier League. This followed his first move abroad to English Premier League side, Fulham FC. [2] After work-permit issues cutting his time with the Premier League club short, he returned to Woden Valley FC.[3] Alexandrow-Ridley once again returned to Europe, when he was signed by Lithuanian club Fk Ekranas of Panevezys.[4] Upon the extinction of Fk Ekranas, he moved to Fc Dziugas on a 1 year contract for the 2015 season.[5] This followed by moves to other Lithuanian A Lyga clubs Fk Stumbras and Fk Atlantas. [6] After a short contract in Czech Republic, he moved to Lithuanian champions Fk Suduva.[7] During the 2018/19 UEFA Europa League qualification rounds against Celtic FC, he met fellow Canberra local and former ACT Academy of Sport player, Tom Rogic, for a place in the Group stages, after both players had earlier been knocked out of the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League. [8]

In May 2019, he signed for Norwegian 2.League team Fk Moss.[9]

International Career[edit | edit source]

Despite being Australian born, Alexandrow-Ridley was called up to the U21 Lithuanian National Team for the 2016 Baltic Cup.[10]

He later made his debut against Latvia, in Jelgava, Latvia.[11]


References[edit | edit source]

  1. Dutton, Chris (2018-08-22). "Evan Alexandrow-Ridley sets up Europa League showdown with Tom Rogic". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2019-08-16.
  2. "FROM WODEN VALLEY TO THE LITHUANIAN NATIONAL TEAM". Capital Football. 2016-08-01. Retrieved 2019-08-16.
  3. Close Up: Evan Alexandrow-Ridley (FK Ekranas), retrieved 2019-08-16
  4. Close Up: Evan Alexandrow-Ridley (FK Ekranas), retrieved 2019-08-16
  5. The VIVKB Podcast - Episode 3 - Evan Alexandrow-Ridley, retrieved 2019-08-16
  6. The VIVKB Podcast - Episode 3 - Evan Alexandrow-Ridley, retrieved 2019-08-16
  7. Evan Aleksandrov Ridley - naujasis „Sūduvos“ vartininkas, retrieved 2019-08-16
  8. Dutton, Chris (2018-08-22). "Evan Alexandrow-Ridley sets up Europa League showdown with Tom Rogic". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2019-08-16.
  9. "Her er MFKs nye sisteskanse". Moss Fotballklubb (in norsk bokmål). 2019-05-07. Retrieved 2019-08-16.
  10. "FROM WODEN VALLEY TO THE LITHUANIAN NATIONAL TEAM". Capital Football. 2016-08-01. Retrieved 2019-08-16.
  11. "FROM WODEN VALLEY TO THE LITHUANIAN NATIONAL TEAM". Capital Football. 2016-08-01. Retrieved 2019-08-16.


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