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Tony Agana

Position Centre forward
Born 02 Oct 1963, London (England)
Height 180 cm
Weight 77 kg
International Caps none

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Watford 01 Aug 1987 15 Feb 1988 15 1 £45000
Sheffield United 15 Feb 1988 12 Nov 1991 118 42 £750000
Notts County 12 Nov 1991 01 Mar 1997 145 15 £0
Leeds United 27 Feb 1992   2 0 on loan
Hereford United 01 Mar 1997 01 Jun 1997 5 2  

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1991 - 1992 1(1)  0  0  0  0 
Total 1(1)  0  0  0  0 

Jabba's Comments

Tony Agana made just a couple of appearances for Leeds while on loan from Notts County. He was a tall, rangy striker who bagged plenty of goals in the lower divisions, but wasn't quite up to scratch in the top flight.

Tomo (a Blade) says: I have to take issue with your "not quite up to scratch" comment. Tony Agana had top flight pedigree but was hampered by injury. He looked brilliant for the blades in their first season back in the top flight before being sold to Notts County. You should have played him with Brian Deane! I could never understand Wilkinson signing a load of Sheff U players on loan (Beesley, Pemberton etc)they weren't good enough to play for the Blades, how on earth did Wilko expect them to do thebusiness for you?!

Richard Walker says: Isaw Tony Agana play for Leek Town during the 1998/99 season. At that time they were a Conference club and he'd been signed after a spell with Cliftonville. He played well and worked hard, scoring on his debut at Kettering. He must have caused some offence at Hereford, because when they came to play against us they chanted at him all game, and several of them told me he was bad news. He always played very well for us, despite his age he was a lot quicker than many defenders he came up against. Despite his efforts he never quite won over a lot of the fans. Late in the season, with relegation looming, our manager, Ernie Moss, was sacked and Agana put in his place. The job was essentially impossible, we had no money and a depleted squad. We had to play Agana's first ever club, Welling United, in a game which would decide who stayed up. Many 'fans' reckoned Agana would do his old team a favour. We lost the game 4-2. However, Agana, who was carrying an injury, started the game and scored the opening goal before it became impossible for him to play on. I think that spoke volumes for his proffesionalism and determination. After leaving the Social Club that evening I saw Agana in the car park, I thanked him for his efforts (for it wasn't for want of trying on his part) and said 'It's not how hard you fall, but how high you bounce'. He thanked me for my good wishes. Shortly after Leek decided to look elswhere for a manager and Agana departed to Guiseley. I assume he is now retired, unless you can tell me differently.

abbi agana says: I am Tony Agana's niece Abbi Agana, I saw him play several times with determination and skill.On a personal level he is an amazing person



 

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