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Profile of the English footballer Kyle Naughton, who currently plays as a defender at Swansea City. The 27-year old player Naughton joined Swansea from Tottenham and wears the number 26 shirt.

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Kyle Naughton Career
2008–2009Sheffield United40(1)
2008Gretna (loan)18(0)
2009–2015Tottenham Hotspur42(0)
2010Middlesbrough (loan)15(0)
2010–2011Leicester City (loan)34(5)
2011–2012Norwich City (loan)32(0)
2015–Swansea City10(0)

2008–2010England U219(0)

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Kyle Naughton : Swansea City News
“Swansea (4-5-1): Fabianski 6; Naughton 6, Bartley 7, Williams 6, Taylor 6; Routledge 6 (Montero 72 6), Sigurdsson 6, Britton 6 (Cork 65 6), Ki 6, Ayew 6; Eder 6 (Gomis 69 6). Booked: Bartley. Next Up: Leicester City (h) PL Sat.”
 The Daily Express Today
“James Milner's second half penalty was enough to secure a 1-0 win for Liverpool against Swansea City on Sunday evening, as the Reds moved up to sixth in the Premier League table.”
 VAVEL Today
“Swansea City were beaten at Anfield following James Milner's 62nd minute penalty. It proved to be the decisive action in a lacklustre 90 minutes from both teams and extends the Swans' league record to one win in 10.”
 Wales Online Today
“It wasn’t pretty compared to the spectacular way in which Liverpool swept aside City last weekend. A gutsy Swansea side and gusting conditions to see the ball come back off his own post.”
 Daily Mail Today
“James Milner scored from the penalty spot for Liverpool to secure a 1-0 win over Swansea on Sunday, but Reds manager Jurgen Klopp did not see it. The German coach turned his back from the touchline and looked at the crowd instead (watch video below).”
 The Independent Today
“Having hit the heights with their ruthless demolition of Manchester City, Liverpool maintained their failed to trouble Lukasz Fabianski.”
 Liverpool Echo Today
“Garry Monk has turned to Gylfi Sigurdsson to try and end Anfield agony and the building pressure on his shoulders at Swansea City by bringing the Ice-man that were held by the Cherries, with Eder, Kyle Bartley and Leon Britton all keeping their places”
 Wales Online Yesterday
“Hello and welcome to Sports Mole's live coverage of Liverpool's visit of struggling Swansea City.”
 Sports Mole Yesterday
“Jordon Ibe was sent clear by Adam Lallana but his dallying allowed Kyle Bartley to race back and make BOOKED: Milner, Skrtel (both fouls) and Mignolet (timewasting).”
 Liverpool Echo Yesterday
“It was emerging as one of those dank afternoons that Jürgen Klopp has already spoken out about; where Anfield dims to the point that those near enough can catch the flutter of litter from the stadium’s fast-food kiosks whirling about the pitch, trapped”
 The Independent Yesterday
Kyle Naughton Career Honours
  • Championship's PFA Team of the Year: 2008–09, 2010–11
  • Leicester City Young Player of the Year: 2010–11
  • Sheffield United Young Player of the Year: 2008–09

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Lukasz Fabianski
    Daniel Alfei Angel Rangel
    Kyle Naughton Stephen Kingsley
    Neil Taylor Franck Tabanou
    Kyle Bartley Jordi Amat
    Ashley Williams Federico Fernandez
    Modou Barrow Wayne Routledge
    Jefferson Montero Andre Ayew
    Gylfi Sigurdsson Josh Sheehan
    Leon Britton Matt Grimes
    Jonjo Shelvey Jack Cork
    Sung-Yong Ki
    Bafetimbi Gomis Eder
    Marvin Emnes
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