19 November 2006

Jonny Evans

Preceded by
Succeeded by
2009
2012
The teenage Jonny Evans was handed his international debut in an unfamiliar position, against Spain, one of Europe's leading sides, and starred in a famous 3-2 victory. What more is there to come?


Name: Jonathan Grant Evans

Born: 3 January 1988, Belfast
Height: 6.02 ft
Weight: 12.02 st
Position: Defender

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: Full Caps (2006-date), 3 Under-21 Caps (2006), 9 Under-17 Caps/1 Goal, Under-16 Caps, Schoolboy Caps.
Club Honours: (with Sunderland) Football League Championship 2006/07; (with Manchester United) Premier League Champion 2008/09, 2010/11, 2012/13; Football League Cup Winner 2008/09; FIFA Club World Cup Winner 2008; FA Community Shield Winner 2010, 2011, Runner-Up 2009.
Awards: Northern Ireland International Personality of the Year 2009, 2012.

Club Career:
Clubs............ --Seasons-- Signed -Fee- -League- -FACup- -FLCup- Europe Other
Greenisland
Manchester United 05/06-14/15 ...... Youth 123(8)/4 10(2)/0 19(0)/1 25(6)/2 2(3)/0
Royal Antwerp.... 06/07...... Aug-06 .Loan .14(-)/2 (Belgian Second Division)
Sunderland....... 06/07...... Jan-07 .Loan .18(0)/1 1(0)/0
Sunderland....... 07/08...... Jan-08 .Loan .15(0)/0 1(0)/0
West Bromwich Alb 15/16- date Aug-15 Undis 

Biography:
In 2009 Jonny Evans became only the second player from Northern Ireland to claim a Premier League winner's medal. With three titles he is level with Jack Reynolds and Bill McCracken.

Having fallen out of favour with manager Louis Van Gaal, Evans left Old Trafford in 2015 ending an 18 year association with Manchester United. He joined West Brom for a fee believed to be in excess of £6 million.

Irish FA Bio
Wikipedia Article
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Northern Ireland Cap Details:
06-09-2006 Spain......... H W 3-2 ECQ
07-10-2006 Denmark....... A D 0-0 ECQ
11-10-2006 Latvia........ H W 1-0 ECQ
24-03-2007 Liechtenstein. A W 4-1 ECQ
28-03-2007 Sweden........ H W 2-1 ECQ
08-09-2007 Latvia........ A L 0-1 ECQ
12-09-2007 Iceland....... A L 1-2 ECQ
17-11-2007 Denmark....... H W 2-1 ECQ
06-02-2008 Bulgaria...... H L 0-1 FR
26-03-2008 Georgia....... H W 4-1 FR
20-08-2008 Scotland...... A D 0-0 FR
06-09-2008 Slovakia...... A L 1-2 WCQ
10-09-2008 Czech Republic H D 0-0 WCQ
11-10-2008 Slovenia...... A L 0-2 WCQ
19-11-2008 Hungary....... H L 0-2 FR
28-03-2009 Poland........ H W 3-2 WCQ 1 Goal
01-04-2009 Slovenia...... H W 1-0 WCQ
05-09-2009 Poland........ A D 1-1 WCQ
09-09-2009 Slovakia...... H L 0-2 WCQ
14-11-2009 Serbia........ A L 0-1 FR
11-08-2009 Montenegro.... A L 0-2 FR
08-10-2010 Italy......... H D 0-0 ECQ
12-10-2010 Faroe Islands. A D 1-1 ECQ
17-11-2010 Morocco....... H D 1-1 FR
25-03-2011 Serbia........ A L 1-2 ECQ
29-03-2011 Slovenia...... H D 0-0 ECQ
10-08-2011 Faroe Islands. H W 4-0 ECQ
02-09-2011 Serbia........ H L 0-1 ECQ
29-02-2012 Norway........ H L 0-3 FR
07-09-2012 Russia........ A L 0-2 WCQ
11-09-2012 Luxembourg.... H D 1-1 WCQ
16-10-2012 Portugal...... A D 1-1 WCQ
06-02-2013 Malta......... A D 0-0 FR
26-03-2013 Israel........ H L 0-2 WCQ
06-09-2013 Portugal...... H L 2-4 WCQ
10-09-2013 Luxembourg.... A L 2-3 WCQ
11-10-2013 Azerbaijan.... A L 0-2 WCQ sent-off
15-10-2013 Turkey........ A L 0-1 FR
26-03-2015 Scotland...... A L 0-1 FR
29-03-2015 Finland....... H W 2-1 ECQ
Still Active.

Northern Ireland Under-21 Cap Details:
16-05-2006 Scotland...... H W 1-0 FR
16-08-2006 Poland........ A L 0-3 ECQ
01-09-2006 Germany....... H L 2-3 ECQ

Summary: 3/0. Won 1, Drew 0, Lost 2.

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