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Profile of the English footballer Kyle Bartley, who currently plays as a defender at Swansea City. The 24-year old player Bartley joined Swansea from Arsenal and wears the number 27 shirt.

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        (Squad number 27)

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Kyle Bartley Career
2010Sheffield United (loan)14(0)
2010–2011Sheffield United (loan)21(0)
2011Rangers (loan)5(1)
2011–2012Rangers (loan)19(0)
2012–Swansea City11(0)
2013–2014Birmingham City (loan)17(3)

2006–2007England U165(0)
2008England U173(0)

Kyle Bartley : Swansea City News
“Garry Monk made eleven changes to his Swansea City team against York in the Capital One Cup on Rangel has seen his place in the team taken by Kyle Naughton but and well early on against York, bombing forward on the right and combining well with Nathan”
 Wales Online 4 days ago
“SWANSEA City moved into the Capital one Cup third round with a comfortable Aside from one incident when he lost his man, Bartley enjoyed a comfortable evening. Might have done better than head a Wayne Routledge centre wide.”
 SouthWalesEveningPost 5 days ago
“York City emerged with plenty of credit after South Korean international Sung-Yueng at the other end and Kyle Bartley headed wide Routledge's cross before Eder was too high.”
 Vital Football Vital York 5 days ago
“Swansea continued to test the nerves of their fans and raise hopes among the couple of hundred who had made the 305 mile trek to cheer on the League Two side.”
 Daily Mail 5 days ago
“Eder and Marvin Emnes 7/2 Bafetimbi Gomis and Gylfi Sigurdsson 7/2 Bafetimbi Gomis and Wayne Routledge 4/1 Marvin Emnes and Wayne Routledge 9/2 Marvin Emnes and Gylfi Sigurdsson 9/2 Eder and Wayne Routledge 9/2 Eder and Gylfi Sigurdsson 9/2 Andre Ayew and”
 skybet.com 6 days ago
“Sunderland fought back from a goal down against Swansea City to earn their first point of the season too tight to Ayew on halfway and the striker turned before playing in Kyle Naughton, he fed the ball into the right-hand channel for Gomis who got”
 The Chronicle 8 days ago
“Swansea City 4-2-3-1: Fabianski 6; Naughton 6, Fernandez 6, Williams 5, Taylor 6; Cork 6, Shelvey 7; Ayew 8, Sigurdsson 6, Montero 5; Gomis 8 (Eder 76,5). Substitutes: Nordfelt, Britton, Dyer, Routledge, Rangel, Bartley.”
 Daily Telegraph 8 days ago
“Swansea City kept their unbeaten start to the season going but dropped tactics but still found themselves in the lead when Gomis finished from a superb Kyle Naughton pass three minutes into first-half injury time.”
 Wales Online 8 days ago
“In-form Gomis, however, had other ideas and nicked his third of the season in stoppage-time. Full-back Kyle Naughton charged forward and slipped a pass in behind a static home defence and the French forward did the rest with a tidy finish across Pantilimon.”
 Daily Mail 8 days ago
“SWANSEA City have continued their unbeaten start to the season but Swansea advanced through Jonjo Shelvey and a neat touch from Ayew.”
 SouthWalesEveningPost 8 days ago
Kyle Bartley Career Honours
  • Premier Academy League: 2008–09
  • FA Youth Cup: 2008–09

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Gerhard Tremmel Kristoffer Nordfeldt
    Lukasz Fabianski
    Daniel Alfei Dwight Tiendalli
    Angel Rangel Kyle Naughton
    Neil Taylor Franck Tabanou
    Kyle Bartley Jordi Amat
    Ashley Williams Federico Fernandez
    Jefferson Montero Nathan Dyer
    Wayne Routledge Andre Ayew
    Leon Britton Matt Grimes
    Jonjo Shelvey Jack Cork
    Sung-Yong Ki Gylfi Sigurdsson
    Eder Michu
    Marvin Emnes Bafetimbi Gomis
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