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Profile of the South African footballer Steven Pienaar, who currently plays as a midfielder at Everton. The 34-year old player Pienaar joined Everton from and wears the number 22 shirt.

Steven Pienaar
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        (Squad number 22)

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Steven Pienaar Career
1999–2001Ajax Cape Town24(6)
2001–2006Ajax94(15)
2006–2008Borussia Dortmund25(0)
2007–2008Everton (loan)28(2)
2008–2011Everton76(7)
2011–2012Tottenham Hotspur10(0)
2012Everton (loan)14(4)
2012–Everton67(7)

1999–2000South Africa U171(0)
2002–2012South Africa61(3)

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Steven Pienaar : Everton News
“It all feels so uncomfortably familiar that even Ruan Pienaar's assertion that he likes playing on the RDS surface doesn't hugely alter the background to tomorrow evening. It's Leinster, it's fortress RDS and it's knockout rugby.”
 Belfast Telegraph 12 days ago
“Roberto Martinez has been sacked by Everton after the English football club's board chose to begin a search for a new manager in the wake of a desperately disappointing season.”
 wwntradio.com 12 days ago
“At Everton he returned to former club Wigan Athletic to sign Antolin Alcaraz, Arouna Kone and James McCarthy, and it would not be a surprise to see him raid the Toffees if he landed the Celtic job.”
 hitc.com 13 days ago
“Everton have begun the search for a new manager following Tim Howard has departed for Colorado Rapids but other long-serving players such as Tony Hibbert, Steven Pienaar, Leon Osman and Darron Gibson are all out of contract and were never offered”
 Daily Mail 14 days ago
“Steven Pienaar's struggling Premier League club Everton have confirmed the sacking of manager Roberto Martinez. Roberto Martinez who was appointed as the Everton manager on June 5, 2013, has been sacked with immediate effect.”
 Senegal Actu 14 days ago
“It's official! Roberto Martinez has been sacked by Everton after three years of being in charge, following the 3-0 defeat at the Stadium of Light by relegation-threatened Sunderland.”
 Cinema Blaze 14 days ago
“Steven Pienaar's struggling Premier League club Everton have confirmed the sacking of manager Roberto Martinez. Roberto has been a great ambassador, conducting himself at all times with the utmost integrity and dignity.”
 Ambiente Já 14 days ago
“Everton‘s Phil Jagielka has warned that the first-team squad at Goodison Park could be in for a major overhaul throughout the upcoming summer transfer window.”
 NSNO 14 days ago
“Veteran goalkeeper Tim Howard has retired after a 10-year stint at Everton, while striker Romelu Lukaku and centre back John Stones are likely to be targeted by bigger clubs.”
 Euronews 14 days ago
“Everton centre-half Phil Jagielka is expecting a major clear Tim Howard has already left while Leon Osman, Tony Hibbert, Steven Pienaar and Darron Gibson are all out of contract this summer.”
 Female First 14 days ago
Steven Pienaar Career Honours
  • Ajax Cape Town: Rothman's Cup: 2000
  • Ajax Amsterdam: Eredivisie: 2001–02, 2003–04
  • Ajax Amsterdam: KNVB Cup: 2001–02, 2005–06
  • Ajax Amsterdam: Johan Cruijff-schaal: 2002, 2005
  • Ajax CT Young Player of the Season: 2000
  • AFC Ajax Talent of the Year: 2003
  • SAFA Player of the Year: 2009
  • Everton Player of the Season: 2009–10

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Joel Robles Tim Howard
    Defenders
    Felipe Mattioni Tony Hibbert
    Phil Jagielka John Stones
    Ramiro Funes Mori Seamus Coleman
    Brendan Galloway Leighton Baines
    Bryan Oviedo Tyias Browning
    Midfielders
    Aaron Lennon Darron Gibson
    Tom Cleverley James McCarthy
    Gareth Barry Ross Barkley
    Muhamed Besic Leon Osman
    Kevin Mirallas Steven Pienaar
    Gerard Deulofeu
    Forwards
    Leandro Rodriguez Arouna Kone
    Romelu Lukaku Oumar Niasse