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Profile of the English footballer Gareth Barry, who currently plays as a midfielder at Everton. The 33-year old player Barry joined Everton from Man City and wears the number 18 shirt.

Gareth Barry
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        (Squad number 18)

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Gareth Barry Career
1998–2009Aston Villa365(41)
2009–2014Manchester City132(6)
2013–2014Everton (loan)32(3)
2014–Everton14(0)

2000–2012England53(3)

Gareth Barry : Everton News
“A number of inexperienced players were named amongst the Saints substitutes and Everton brought in Samuel Eto'o and Gareth Barry for Aiden McGeady and Kevin Mirallas.”
 Yahoo Sport  Yesterday
“Does Gareth Barry walk back into the team? Despite Steven Naismith's return and Leighton Baines' 300th game for the Blues, the headlines following the 3-1 win over Queens Park Rangers were rightly taken by two youngsters in central midfield.”
 Liverpool Echo  2 days ago
“Everton boss Roberto Martinez has conceded that his side will miss the influence of Gareth Barry in their midfield against Queens Park Rangers.”
 Sports Mole  6 days ago
“Unbelievably, Everton completed a hat-trick of own-goals to set Ronald Samuel Eto'o was virtually anonymous, Gareth Barry was stuck on autopilot and Ross Barkley's talent only flickered without bursting into flame.”
 Mirror  Yesterday
“Everton midfielder Gareth Barry was keen to take the positives from Thursday night's 1-0 Europa League defeat by Krasnodar at Goodison Park.”
 Yahoo Sport  10 days ago
“Roberto Martinez has made two changes to the team that beat Queens Park Rangers on Monday, with Gareth Barry and Samuel Eto'o coming in for Aiden McGeady, who drops to the bench, and the injured Kevin Mirallas.”
 The Independent  Yesterday
“Everton make two changes from the team that started against QPR as Samuel Eto’o and Gareth Barry replace Aiden McGeady and Kevin Mirallas. SOUTHAMPTON: Forster, Alderweireld, Fonte (c), Yoshida, Clyne, Reed, Ward-Prowse, S.”
 The Daily Express  Yesterday
“Everton manager Roberto Martinez has made two changes to the side that beat QPR, with Samuel Eto'o and Gareth Barry returning to the side in place of the injured Mirallas and the dropped McGeady.”
 Vital Football  Yesterday
Gareth Barry Career Honours
  • Aston Villa: Intertoto Cup: 2001
  • Manchester City: FA Cup: 2010–11
  • Manchester City: Premier League: 2011–12

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Joel Robles Tim Howard
    Defenders
    Tony Hibbert Seamus Coleman
    Leighton Baines Sylvain Distin
    Antolin Alcaraz John Stones
    Phil Jagielka
    Midfielders
    Christian Atsu Aiden McGeady
    Kevin Mirallas Leon Osman
    Ross Barkley Bryan Oviedo
    Steven Pienaar James McCarthy
    Darron Gibson Gareth Barry
    Muhamed Besic
    Forwards
    Steven Naismith Arouna Kone
    Samuel Eto'o Romelu Lukaku
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