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Profile of the English footballer Danny Simpson, who currently plays as a defender at Leicester City. The 29-year old player Simpson joined Leicester from QPR and wears the number 17 shirt.

Danny Simpson
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        (Squad number 17)

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Danny Simpson Career
2006–2010Manchester United3(0)
2006Royal Antwerp (loan)14(0)
2006Royal Antwerp (loan)16(1)
2007Sunderland (loan)14(0)
2008Ipswich Town (loan)8(0)
2008–2009Blackburn Rovers (loan)12(0)
2009–2010Newcastle United (loan)20(1)
2010–2013Newcastle United103(0)
2013–2014Queens Park Rangers34(1)
2014–Leicester City14(0)

2006–2008England U182(1)
2008–2009England U1912(0)

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Danny Simpson : Leicester City News
“Colorado Rapids overjoyed at landing Gashi from The Week in Women's Football: CONCACAF awards; DONE DEAL: Leicester confirm Middlesbrough loan DONE DEAL: Hull confirm loan signing of Man Utd DONE DEAL: Middlesbrough land Jordan Rhodes fro”
 Tribal Football Yesterday
“Instead of being nice at a press conference perhaps Pellegrini should have been making plans for Leicester. It’s an easy excuse to say the announcement of ‘Pellegrini out, Guardiola in’ this summer disrupted City. It’s nonsense.”
 Daily Mail Yesterday
“It’s the underdog leading the way, a non-league striker becoming a star and contributing for England (Jamie Vardy), a cheap foreign player being brilliant (Ryiad Mahrez), players rejected by ‘bigger’ clubs coming good (Danny Drinkwater and Kasper”
 Daily Mail Yesterday
“Simpson, who was a product of Manchester United's academy, has also been instrumental in Leicester's incredible rise. The defender is contracted until June 2017 and is expected to extend his stay at the King Power Stadium.”
 Daily Star Yesterday
“Manchester City’s Joe Mercer parades the First Division trophy in Yes, they would lose 3-1 to Leicester in a disappointing display, but the direction of travel is only one way.”
 The Independent 2 days ago
“A world in which Louis van Gaal believes he should be immune from speculation over his future - despite his £250million Manchester United being 12 points adrift of Leicester City - because he has relatives with access to the media.”
 Mirror 2 days ago
“Former Arsenal centre back Martin Keown has looked ahead to the club's upcoming fixture against Leicester City and has warned the "I was on Match of the Day 2 Extra with Foxes defender Danny Simpson on Sunday and it was interesting to hear him talk”
 BettingPro 2 days ago
“The inevitable confirmation of Pep Guardiola’s move to Manchester City was confirmed last week and since then talk of what the well-respected manager may bring to the Premier League excited not only City fans but all football fans.”
 punditarena.com 2 days ago
“Welcome to episode 28! Oh we had some fun in the Premier League this weekend, didn’t we? Leicester just keep on going, Liverpool fans and their team’s abilities walk out of the stadium on 77 minutes, Lennon makes us all imagine and even after Arsenal”
 punditarena.com 2 days ago
“Leicester City’s victory at Manchester City on Saturday was so total it seems hard to believe they will be claimed by the nerves so many predicted would seize them by the throat long before this astonishing Premier League season reaches its climax.”
 The Independent 3 days ago
Danny Simpson Career Honours
  • Sunderland: Football League Championship: 2006–07
  • Newcastle United: Football League Championship: 2009–10
  • Queens Park Rangers: Football League Championship play-offs: 2013–14

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Mark Schwarzer Ben Hamer
    Kasper Schmeichel
    Defenders
    Danny Simpson Ritchie de Laet
    Christian Fuchs Jeffrey Schlupp
    Marcin Wasilewski Wes Morgan
    Liam Moore Yohan Benalouane
    Robert Huth
    Midfielders
    Nathan Dyer Riyad Mahrez
    Demarai Gray Marc Albrighton
    Matty James Andy King
    Danny Drinkwater N'Golo Kante
    Gokhan Inler
    Forwards
    Jamie Vardy Shinji Okazaki
    Andrej Kramaric Leonardo Ulloa
    Tom Lawrence