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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
“Kieran Dowell is one of Everton’s talented crop of youngsters that are ready to make the next step in football. Dowell showed at the end of last season that he can mix it with the first team and he is certainly earmarked as a big part of Everton’s future.”
 VAVEL 2 days ago
“The small number of clubs who could both afford him and offer him the Champions League football he craves, combined with the "new project" following Farhad Moshiri and Ronald Koeman's arrivals at Everton could yet see Romelu Lukaku stay at Everton this summer.”
 Toffee Web 4 days ago
“Everton did award a new two year contract to 28-year-old Darron Gibson last week while it is understood, incoming manager Ronald Koeman was expecting to hold discussions over Pienaar's future next week.”
 Daily Mail 13 days ago
“Everton fans appear to be furious that Darron Gibson has been handed a new two-year deal at Goodison Park. Gibson put pen to paper on a new contract yesterday, which will keep him at the Merseyside club until 2018.”
 hitc.com 15 days ago
“Everton fans have been waiting for the final confirmation that Ronald Koeman will be their new manager for what seems like a year.”
 balls.ie 15 days ago
“Midfielder Darron Gibson has signed a contract extension with Everton that will keep him at Goodison Park until 2018, the Premier League club announced on Thursday.”
 SuperSport 15 days ago
“Everton sacked manager Roberto Martinez in the penultimate week of last season and are poised to announce Ronald Koeman as their new boss.”
 The Daily Express 15 days ago
“Everton have handed Darron Gibson a new two-year contract. The 28-year-old had been out of contract having signed for the Blues in January 2012. Gibson has been dogged by injury in the past three seasons and managed just 27 appearances for Everton.”
 Liverpool Echo 15 days ago
“Darron Gibson has signed a contract extension with Everton. The Republic of Ireland midfielder was one of a number of senior players who were expected to be let go this summer so the extension has surprised a number of fans.”
 VAVEL 16 days ago
“The Republic of Ireland international will stay at Goodison Park until 2018. He has been disrupted by injury over the last three seasons, making just 27 appearances in that time.”
 Daily Star 16 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

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    Goalkeepers
    Tim Howard Joel Robles
    Defenders
    Felipe Mattioni Tony Hibbert
    Tyias Browning Seamus Coleman
    Luke Garbutt Brendan Galloway
    Bryan Oviedo Leighton Baines
    Phil Jagielka Ramiro Funes Mori
    John Stones
    Midfielders
    Aiden McGeady Aaron Lennon
    Gerard Deulofeu Steven Pienaar
    Kevin Mirallas Ross Barkley
    Conor Grant Leon Osman
    Darron Gibson Tom Cleverley
    James McCarthy Gareth Barry
    Muhamed Besic
    Forwards
    Conor McAleny Leandro Rodriguez
    Arouna Kone Oumar Niasse
    Romelu Lukaku