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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)

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

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Darron Gibson : Everton News
“Moyes, who managed Everton between 2002 and 2013, also has six of his Goodison Park group at the Stadium of Light, with another former United player Darron Gibson alongside Victor Anichebe, Steven Pienaar, Joleon Lescott, Jack Rodwell and Bryan Oviedo.”
 MSN 21 days ago
“He has simply turned to players he previously worked with, such as Victor Anichebe, Steven Pienaar, Joleon Lescott, Darron Gibson and Bryan Oviedo from Everton and Adnan Januzaj from Manchester United. It betrays a distinct lack of imagination.”
 thesun.ie 22 days ago
““But he said that he wanted to keep hold of me.” Van Aanholt’s departure funded the double signing of fellow left-back Bryan Oviedo and Darron Gibson from Everton.”
 The Chronicle 22 days ago
“At Everton, it came to be stifling for supporters years are draining him rather than adding layers of knowledge and experience. Signings such as Darron Gibson, Steven Pienaar and Joleon Lescott hinted at a contacts list alarmingly out of date.”
 MSN 22 days ago
“40 minUPDATE: Goals have been few and far between in the Premier League so far tonight, but there has been a notable one at Old Trafford where Phil Jagielka has given Everton the lead aftermath of that goal as Darron Gibson replaces Rodwell.”
 Sports Mole 22 days ago
“But, just as at Everton in February, the Black Cats suffered a sucker Cattermole – who had been included on the bench for the first time at the weekend – took the place of Darron Gibson in midfield.”
 The Chronicle 23 days ago
“including fellow former Gunner Abou Diaby (858). Elsewhere, Sunderland man Darron Gibson and two of his former Everton team-mates Tony Hibbert and Steven Pienaar complete the top five. Gibson has missed 792 days, compared to Hibbert's 768 and Pienaar's 744.”
 The Sun 25 days ago
“MF Darron Gibson, 4 -- Once again disappointed, as he has done in most appearances since his arrival from Everton. MF Jack Rodwell, 5 --Made useful surges into the Watford penalty area in the first half but was unable to make a forceful impact in midfield.”
 ESPN 26 days ago
“Everton midfielder Tom Cleverley is set to join Watford on Gerard Deulofeu, Oumar Niasse, Leandro Rodriguez, Bryan Oviedo and Darron Gibson were also shipped out by Koeman, who set about removing the deadweight from the first team squad.”
 footballinsider247.com 27 days ago
“Who are Sunderland's new signings from January? Sunderland signed Bryan Oviedo and Darron Gibson from Everton, with Joleon Lescott joining the club on a free transfer in the window.”
 Hertfordshire Mercury 28 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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