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Ciaran Clark Aston Villa

Profile of the Irish footballer Ciaran Clark, who currently plays as a defender at Aston Villa. The 25-year old player Clark joined Aston Villa from Aston Villa and wears the number 6 shirt.

Ciaran Clark
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        (Squad number 6)

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Ciaran Clark Career
2009–Aston Villa116(6)

2005–2006England U176(0)
2006–2007England U182(0)
2007–2008England U199(0)
2009England U202(1)
2011–Republic of Ireland11(1)

Ciaran Clark : Aston Villa News
“Gregg Evans looks at the players who Tim Sherwood might select from the start in the Capital One Cup contest Nathan Baker and Jordan Ayew on the Aston Villa substitutes Will struggle to break the partnership of Ciaran Clark and Micah Richards and”
 Birmingham Mail 3 days ago
“Following his heroics for Lazio in the Europa League, Aston Villa decided to splash £5million to secure but an unfortunate leg break in training following a collision with Ciaran Clark meant that the striker would be ruled out for one-and-a-half”
 winnersports.co.uk 3 days ago
“Adama Traore on his Aston Villa debut at Crystal Palace That doesn’t mean Villa will be weakened, though.”
 Birmingham Mail 3 days ago
“Ciaran Clark and Tim Sherwood tried to accentuate the positives after Aston Villa fell to a late debut goal from Bakary Sako. "We were the better side first half. We had a lot of the ball," said Ireland defender Clark. "That was the plan.”
 Irish Independent 4 days ago
“Aston Villa will hope to bounce back from a second straight loss against Notts County in the League Cup before facing Sunderland in the league.”
 WestMorningNews 5 days ago
“Bakary Sako was thrilled with the debut goal which earned Crystal Palace a 2-1 win over Aston Villa on Saturday in the League Cup before facing Sunderland in the league. Ciaran Clark and boss Tim Sherwood tried to accentuate the positives.”
 Daily Mail 5 days ago
“Bakary Sako's late goal condemed Aston Villa to a 2-1 loss at the hands of to fully convert himself from a right-back to a centre-back.”
 VAVEL 6 days ago
“SELHURST PARK — Tim Sherwood, a man not yet entirely separated from the joker reputation that severely undercuts and betrays his genuine managerial ability, provoked fresh questions about his tactical acumen on Saturday as his Aston Villa side lost 2-1”
 Bleacher Report 6 days ago
“Murray, a £5m target for Bournemouth, was comfortably kept quiet by Aston Villa. Gayle, who turned down a move to Bristol City after Palace accepted a £6m bid, replaced Murray at half-time. And he was much more of a problem for the visitors.”
 Mirror 6 days ago
“Bakary Sako marked his Crystal Palace debut with an 88th-minute winner in this afternoon's 2-1 win over Aston Villa at Selhurst Park by the ex-Manchester City starlet.”
 Sports Mole 6 days ago
Ciaran Clark Career Honours
  • Aston Villa: Premier Academy League (1): 2007–2008
  • Aston Villa: Peace Cup (1): 2009
  • Aston Villa: Premier Reserve League (1): 2008–2009

    Source: wikipedia.org

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