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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 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
“The first of Eriksen's two goals in Spurs' 5-0 Premier League drubbing of Swansea City on Saturday came in the 70th Tottenham were awarded a penalty on 38 minutes when Kyle Naughton appeared to bring down Dele Alli but replays showed there was a”
 mjbstar.com Yesterday
“Tottenham's Dele Alli is fouled by Swansea City's Kyle Naughton for a penalty Tottenham won the penalty as Dele Alli skipped past former Tottenham defender Kyle Naughton, and whilst the Swansea man dangled out a leg, Alli went over with seemingly no contact.”
 hitc.com 4 days ago
“Former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher has said that Swansea City defender Kyle Naughton did nothing wrong in the incident with Dele Alli which led to a penalty to Tottenham Hotspur.”
 Sports Mole 4 days ago
“BOB Bradley insists he remains confident Swansea City will be a Premier League club next True, referee Jon Moss buying Dele Alli's dive over Kyle Naughton allowed Tottenham to break the deadlock towards the end of a first half where the home support”
 SouthWalesEveningPost 4 days ago
“Tottenham Hotspur suffered from the former when an international break followed an invigorating win over title rivals Manchester City in October dived under no discernible contact from ex-Spur Kyle Naughton, conning referee Jonathan Moss into winning”
 Bleacher Report 5 days ago
“Tottenham's Dele Alli is fouled by Swansea City's Kyle Naughton for a penalty It proved to be the case as well, as Harry Kane opened the scoring from the penalty spot after Dele Alli had gone down under a challenge from Kyle Naughton, before Heung-min Son”
 hitc.com 6 days ago
“Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen both scored twice as we made a welcome return to winning ways with a comfortable 5-0 victory over Swansea City at White Hart Lane Kane converting from the penalty spot after Kyle Naughton was adjudged to have tripped”
 tottenhamhotspur.com 6 days ago
“Son carried the ball past Swansea City's defence, before laying the ball off for Kane which sums up the team’s performance. Kyle Naughton – 4/10 - The full-back had a tough afternoon defensively.”
 www.vavel.com 6 days ago
“Swansea were well beaten and offered little going forward. But they can count themselves a little unlucky to concede the goal gave Spurs the momentum. There looked to be little, if any, contact as Dele Alli ran across Kyle Naughton.”
 Mirror 6 days ago
“Swansea City were sent crashing back to earth and the bottom of Dele Alli threw himself to the deck – with no apparent contact from Kyle Naughton – and Harry Kane did the rest.”
 Wales Online 6 days ago
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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