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Profile of the Irish footballer Jonathan Walters, who currently plays as a midfielder at Stoke City. The 32-year old player Walters joined Stoke from and wears the number 19 shirt.

Jonathan Walters
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Jonathan Walters Career
2000–2001Blackburn Rovers0(0)
2001–2004Bolton Wanderers4(0)
2003Hull City (loan)11(5)
2003Crewe Alexandra (loan)0(0)
2003–2004Barnsley (loan)8(0)
2004–2005Hull City37(2)
2005Scunthorpe United (loan)3(0)
2006–2007Chester City26(9)
2007–2010Ipswich Town136(30)
2010–Stoke City176(34)

2003Republic of Ireland U211(2)
2007Republic of Ireland B1(0)
2010–Republic of Ireland33(6)

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Jonathan Walters : Stoke City News
“Photo: Ed Sykes Everton's Ashley Williams (right) and Stoke City's Jonathan Walters in action during the match. Photo: Anthony Devlin Everton's Gareth Barry (left) and Stoke City's Peter Crouch battle for the ball.”
 Irish Independent Yesterday
“But his first cannoned against the bar off the keeper's legs and the second late on saw him unselfishly square just beyond Jon Walters himself. Stoke stuck to their task but still need better at both ends to prosper.”
 TheSentinel 2 days ago
“Photo: Everton Twitter The resulting penalty, which Leighton Baines stepped up to take, was initially saved by Given, but the shot hit the bar and went in off the former Manchester City Jonathan Walters, who could've scored into an open goal.”
 VAVEL 2 days ago
“As he did after last weekend's 4-1 home loss to Manchester City, Stoke boss Mark Hughes is likely while an errant pass from Arnautovic when substitute Jonathan Walters had the goal at his mercy meant Stoke's best chance of an equaliser went begging.”
 Goal 2 days ago
“Another week, another penalty controversy involving Stoke City. There were two contentious spot At the other end Arnautovic should have picked out substitute Jonathan Walters for an open goal but the pair misread each other’s intentions.”
 The Independent 2 days ago
“For the second consecutive week, Stoke City failed to heed the new directives about In a bid for more attacking impetus, the tiring Crouch was replaced by the boyhood Evertonian Jonathan Walters.”
 The Guardian 2 days ago
“Leighton Baines' fortuitous penalty went in off Stoke City goalkeeper Shay Given to hand Everton Arnautovic's pull back across the six yard box narrowly evaded the on-rushing Jon Walters who would have had a clear shot on goal.”
 Liverpool Echo 2 days ago
“a £12m summer signing from Swansea City, takes his place in the heart of defence alongside Phil Jagielka, while the talented Mason Holgate moves out wide to fill in for the injured Seamus Coleman. 2.”
 Sports Mole 2 days ago
“WHO should Mark Hughes pick to start at Everton, where will Giannelli Imbula find his best position and can Jack Butland-less Stoke keep window.”
 TheSentinel 2 days ago
“Everton take on Stoke City at Goodison Park on Saturday hoping to continue of the last two games since scoring in their league opener, while one of Crouch, Jonathan Walters or Mame Biram Diouf is likely to lead the line.”
 VAVEL 3 days ago
Jonathan Walters Career Honours
  • Blackburn Rovers: FA Youth Cup runner-up: 2000–01
  • Hull City: Football League Third Division runner-up: 2003–04
  • Hull City: Football League One runner-up: 2004–05
  • Stoke City: FA Cup runner-up: 2010–11
  • Ipswich Town player of the year: 2007
  • Stoke City coaching staff's player of the year: 2011
  • Sir Stanley Matthews Potteries Footballer of the Year: 2012

    Source: wikipedia.org

    Jonathan Walters Wiki, Stats & Links
    Daniel Bachmann Jakob Haugaard
    Jack Butland Shay Given
    Phil Bardsley Glen Johnson
    Erik Pieters Dionatan Teixeira
    Geoff Cameron Marc Muniesa
    Philipp Wollscheid Ryan Shawcross
    Jonathan Walters Marko Arnautovic
    Xherdan Shaqiri Ramadan Sobhi
    Ibrahim Afellay Stephen Ireland
    Charlie Adam Joe Allen
    Glenn Whelan Giannelli Imbula
    Joselu Mame Diouf
    Bojan Krkic Peter Crouch