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Profile of the Irish footballer Jonathan Walters, who currently plays as a midfielder at Stoke City. The 31-year old player Walters joined Stoke from Ipswich Town and wears the number 19 shirt.

Jonathan Walters
Stoke City badge Stoke City
        (Squad number 19)

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland

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)
2005–2006Wrexham38(5)
2006–2007Chester City26(9)
2007–2010Ipswich Town136(30)
2010–Stoke City165(33)

2003Republic of Ireland U211(2)
2007Republic of Ireland B1(0)
2010–Republic of Ireland30(5)

Jonathan Walters : Stoke City News
“Everton's Leighton Baines and Stoke City's Jonathan Walters (right) battle for the ball during the Barclays Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool Everton FC will be searching for revenge when they face Stoke City on Wednesday night, after the”
 Liverpool Echo  4 days ago
“Stoke City could jump up to eighth place with a win over Everton but manager Hughes is expected to stick with Mame Biram Diouf in attack with Jon Walters and Victor Moses flanking him.”
 Here Is The City  Today
“Walters, Arnautovic, Crouch, Moses, Diouf, Shenton, Teixeira. Everton defender Leighton Baines faces a late fitness test ahead of the trip to Stoke.”
 Daily Mail  Yesterday
“Stoke City will go in search of a third consecutive Premier League promoted to the starting lineup to lead the home side's attack, with Jonathan Walters moving out to the wing.”
 Sports Mole  2 days ago
“But, otherwise, the best Mark Hughes’s men could offer in those tepid opening 45 minutes was a flicked header from Jonathan Walters get to safety.”
 Yorkshire Post  3 days ago
“Peter Crouch’s 46th Premier League headed goal was enough to separate Stoke City and Hull City at the Britannia Stadium but Stephen Ireland and Jon Walters both failed to make contact with the ball.”
 VAVEL  4 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

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    Goalkeepers
    Asmir Begovic Thomas Sorensen
    Defenders
    Geoff Cameron Phil Bardsley
    Marc Muniesa Dionatan
    Erik Pieters Marc Wilson
    Ryan Shawcross Robert Huth
    Midfielders
    Peter Odemwingie Jonathan Walters
    Bojan Krkic Marko Arnautovic
    Oussama Assaidi Stephen Ireland
    Victor Moses Charlie Adam
    Glenn Whelan Steve Sidwell
    Wilson Palacios Steven N'Zonzi
    Forwards
    Peter Crouch Mame Diouf
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