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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–Everton2(0)

2000–2012England53(3)

Gareth Barry : Everton News
“Everton midfielder Gareth Barry says the club can improve on last season’s fifth-place Premier League finish and believes Roberto Martinez will add more signings before the close of the transfer window to help them do so.”
 Here Is The City  11 days ago
“Phil Jones was one of two Manchester United players to run faster than 20mph during the Red Devils' defeat by Swansea, Gareth Barry is closing in on 100 career yellow cards while Sam Allardyce has looks to have changed his style at West Ham. 1.”
 Daily Mail  12 days ago
“The Everton manager signed Gareth Barry, Muhamed Besic and Brendan Galloway before the Merseyside outfit splashed a club-record £28m on Romelu Lukaku.”
 The Sport Review  16 days ago
“It may not have been the most sensational of summer signings but veteran midfielder Gareth Barry’s long-term commitment to Everton may be the most sensible.”
 Lancashire Evening Post  16 days ago
“while Gareth Barry and James McCarthy can jostle with Fabregas and Matic in the middle. If passed fit, tranquilliser darts may be required to stop Costa. That shouldn't be forgotten.”
 Liverpool Echo  Yesterday
“If Everton play anything like they did for the first 70 minutes they’re the same team that lost to an inspired Gareth Barry performance last season, and how many teams have that dubious honour? Apparently Costa could be injured as well, which will”
 Sabotage Times  Yesterday
“"Every game he is fresh, so I do not see any difference at all for this game." Everton have also signed Muhamed Besic, Gareth Barry and Samuel Eto'o, while Christian Atsu has arrived on loan from Chelsea.”
 Here Is The City  Yesterday
“Lukaku's impact on Everton's season would begin the following week at Upton Park but it was a Steven Naismith header, a crucial defensive intervention by debutant Gareth Barry and a resolute performance across the team that earned a vital 1-0 victory over”
 Toffee Web  Yesterday
Gareth Barry Career Honours
  • Aston Villa: Intertoto Cup: 2001
  • Manchester City: FA Cup: 2010–11
  • Manchester City: Premier League: 2011–12

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