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Profile of the English footballer Steve Sidwell, who currently plays as a midfielder at Fulham. The 31-year old player Sidwell joined Fulham from Aston Villa and wears the number 7 shirt.

Steve Sidwell
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        (Squad number 7)

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Steve Sidwell Career
2001–2002Brentford (loan)30(4)
2002Beveren (loan)0(0)
2002–2003Brighton & Hove Albion (loan)12(5)
2008–2011Aston Villa45(3)

2003England U215(0)

Steve Sidwell : Fulham News
“Fulham midfielder Steve Sidwell cancelled out Paulinho's 35th-minute opener for Tottenham, but second-half goals from Harry Kane and Younes Kaboul gave Tim Sherwood's side all three points.”
 SuperSport  Yesterday
“Paulinho opened up the scoreline, then Fulham's Steve Sidwell equalised. Goals then followed from England under 21 striker, Harry Kane and defender, Younes Kaboul.”
 ITV  Yesterday
“Second-half goals from Harry Kane and Younes Kaboul put the game beyond Fulham after Steve Sidwell had cancelled out Paulinho's opener for Tottenham.”
 Football365  Yesterday
“Damien Duff has already announced that he is leaving, while John Arne Riise, Steve Sidwell and others are all coming to the end of their contracts. It promises to be a summer of change at Craven Cottage and London24 wants your opinions.”
 Bexley Times  Today
“Fulham were in no mood of letting go as they hit right back with Steve Sidwell who then scored an wonderful goal. The midfielder ran with the ball at his feet evading two challenges before finishing under challenge.”
 hamrofootball.com  Today
“Fulham midfielder Steve Sidwell cancelled out Paulinho’s 35th-minute opener for Tottenham, but second-half goals from Harry Kane and Younes Kaboul gave Tim Sherwood’s side all three points.”
 The News International  Today
“We will stay up," said Magath. "Maybe we have the chance of a point at Stoke." Fulham midfielder Steve Sidwell cancelled out Paulinho's opener for Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Saturday but goals from Harry Kane and Younes Kaboul gave Spurs victory.”
 BBC  Today
“He also almost threw Fulham a lifeline by handling the ball and giving away a 76th-minute penalty. But Lloris – brilliant throughout – produced a super save to deny Steve Sidwell a chance of clawing the deficit back to 3-2.”
 Daily Star  Yesterday
Steve Sidwell Career Honours
  • Arsenal
  • FA Youth Cup: 1999–2000, 2000–01
  • Reading
  • Football League Championship: 2005–06
  • Aston Villa
  • Peace Cup : 2009
  • League Cup: Runner up 2010

    Source: wikipedia.org

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