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Profile of the Northern Irish footballer Gareth McAuley, who currently plays as a defender at West Brom. The 36-year old player McAuley joined West Brom from and wears the number 23 shirt.

Gareth McAuley
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        (Squad number 23)

Northern Ireland Northern Ireland

Gareth McAuley Career
1999–2000Ballyclare Comrades (loan)7(0)
2004–2006Lincoln City77(10)
2006–2008Leicester City74(5)
2008–2011Ipswich Town115(7)
2011–West Bromwich Albion124(8)

2003Northern Ireland B1(0)
2005–Northern Ireland51(5)

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Gareth McAuley : West Brom News
“JONAS OLSSON has quit West for West Brom over the past nine years which has seen them finally establish themselves as a genuine Premier League club.”
 The Sun 3 days ago
“#WBA https://t.co/Q0kLOYrRwn — West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) March 23, 2017 Olsson, now 34 years of age, has seen his playing time dramatically reduce this season with manager Tony Pulis preferring a partnership between Jonny Evans and Gareth McAuley.”
 90min.com 3 days ago
“Gareth McAuley is defying the sands of time. The 37-year-old is enjoying a career year at the heart of the Baggies defense. Gareth McAuley, like a 21-year distilled bottle of Bushmills — the oldest of its kind — is getting better with age.”
 FanSided 4 days ago
“Dawson still has some way to go before he catches fellow defender Gareth McAuley on seven goals. The 37-year-old is due to sign a new 12-month contract soon, which pleased Fletcher.”
 Express & Star 4 days ago
“Eighth placed West Brom are enjoying their finest ever Premier League campaign while Johnny Evans and, in particular, Gareth McAuley are as sturdy as ever.”
 hitc.com 5 days ago
“Overall, West Brom have scored 14 headed Premier League goals this season, equating to 36% of their overall goal tally from the 29 games played so far.”
 90min.com 5 days ago
“Wales striker Hal Robson-Kanu still believes in his own ability, despite having spent most of the season on the West Bromwich Albion bench five have been scored by centre-backs, Gareth McAuley and Craig Dawson, Saturday's two-goal hero, increasing”
 BBC 5 days ago
“The West Brom boss failed to add to his defensive options in January but with the club comfortably in the top half of the league there was no rush to bring in new faces.”
 thisisfutbol.com 5 days ago
“Darren Fletcher says the goals Albion score from set-pieces can’t come as a surprise based on the practice put in every day - though there are a few comings together in training! Craig Dawson headed in a brace against a woeful Arsenal on Saturday, and”
 Birmingham Mail 6 days ago
“But it either fell on deaf ears, or the Gunners simply couldn't deal with the big defenders trotting up. Gareth McAuley has been the most dangerous player in the box this season, but Craig Dawson has had his fair share of chances too.”
 Express & Star 7 days ago
Gareth McAuley Career Honours
  • Irish Cup: 2003
  • West Bromwich Albion Player of the Season: 2012–13

    Source: wikipedia.org

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