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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Carney clubless after New York release

Fringe Australia international David Carney is again without a club after MLS outfit New York Red Bulls opted not to re-sign the left-back.

David Carney in action for the Socceroos
David Carney's future is uncertain once more.

Carney, 29, spent 11 months without a club prior to joining compatriot Tim Cahill in New York. The pair helped the club claim the 2013 MLS Supporters' Shield, but ultimately Carney was released alongside defender Brandon Barklage.

"First, we want to thank Brandon and David for their service to our club. Both were top professionals and contributed to our success this season in helping us win our first Supporters' Shield," Red Bulls Sporting Director Andy Roxburgh said.

"However, with this success comes the unfortunate challenge of making difficult decisions due to salary-cap and personnel considerations. We wish both of them the best of luck."

Carney was overlooked by new Australia manager Ange Postecoglou for the recent international friendly win over Costa Rica in Sydney, and must find another club quickly if he is a chance to make the World Cup squad.

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