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Profile of the Irish footballer Darron Gibson, who currently plays as a midfielder at Everton. The 28-year old player Gibson joined Everton from and wears the number 4 shirt.

Darron Gibson
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        (Squad number 4)

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Darron Gibson Career
2005–2012Manchester United31(3)
2006–2007Royal Antwerp (loan)31(1)
2007–2008Wolverhampton Wanderers (loan)21(1)
2012–Everton44(2)

2006Republic of Ireland U21
2006Republic of Ireland B1(0)
2007–Republic of Ireland25(1)

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Darron Gibson : Everton News
“In explaining his decision after the game, Moyes insisted the move to pair Rodwell with Darron Gibson was made in order to add a British with the former Manchester United and Everton boss accepting it may well need something 'special'.”
 Daily Mail 4 days ago
“That spell at the tail end of last season saw us rally from a goal behind twice to beat a strong Chelsea side and then dismantle Everton a couple of days only David Moyes would sign Darron Gibson, only David Moyes would sign Paddy McNair and Donald”
 SBN 5 days ago
“Seamus Coleman (Everton) The Sligo man had very little to do against It could be a nervous wait for the midfielder over the next week.”
 The Irish Times 6 days ago
“Darron Gibson blazed over after Adnan Januzaj cut back his corner Ronald Koeman praises professional Romelu Lukaku after Everton rout Hull Everton manager Ronald Koeman praised the professionalism of Romelu Lukaku after the striker scored twice”
 Belfast Telegraph 6 days ago
“Did you know that Everton have had more different goalscorers than any It's pretty grim stuff though Darron Gibson wasn't too far away with a dipping shot which just cleared the bar.”
 The Daily Express 6 days ago
“With Darron Gibson’s involvement under a doubt, we expect a change in the middle of the park, with Jack Rodwell coming to replace the former Everton and Manchester United man. Occupying the central area will be Swedish international Sebastian Larsson.”
 Soccer Souls 7 days ago
“David Moyes has brought former Everton players Steven Pienaar, Victor Anichebe, Joleon Lescott, Bryan Oviedo and Darron Gibson to Sunderland so far Nevertheless, the Scot will be fully aware of McGeady's ability to get supporters' bums off seats”
 hitc.com 9 days ago
“Sunderland duo John O'Shea and Darron Gibson have been included in Martin O’Neill’s 39-man provisional Republic of Ireland squad.”
 Sunderland Echo 10 days ago
“DARRON GIBSON’S decision to turn his back on Everton in favour of first team football with Sunderland has earned him a recall to the international stage.”
 The Northern Echo 10 days ago
“The manager was left frustrated by the club’s inability to improve their options in the transfer market due to financial restrictions with Darron Gibson, Bryan Oviedo and Jolean Lescott, who all played under Moyes at Everton, the limit of their January”
 hitc.com 11 days ago
Darron Gibson Career Honours
  • Manchester United: Premier League (1): 2010–11
  • Manchester United: Football League Cup (2): 2008–09, 2009–10
  • Manchester United: FIFA Club World Cup (1): 2008
  • Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year (1): 2005–06
  • FAI Young International Player of the Year (1): 2009
  • FAI International Goal of the Year (1): 2011 vs. Wales

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Joel Robles Maarten Stekelenburg
    Defenders
    Tyias Browning Bryan Oviedo
    Leighton Baines Mason Holgate
    Phil Jagielka Ashley Williams
    Ramiro Funes Mori Seamus Coleman
    Midfielders
    Kevin Mirallas Yannick Bolasie
    Aaron Lennon Gerard Deulofeu
    Ross Barkley Darron Gibson
    Idrissa Gueye Tom Cleverley
    James McCarthy Gareth Barry
    Muhamed Besic
    Forwards
    Conor McAleny Leandro Rodriguez
    Enner Valencia Arouna Kone
    Oumar Niasse Romelu Lukaku