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Joey Barton

Bristol Rovers

Joey Barton

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  • Born


  • Birth place


    Huyton, England
  • Nationality


    England
  • Gender


    Male
  • Position


    Manager
  • Height


    5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
  • Weight


    70 kg

Joey Barton

Bristol Rovers

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Joseph Anthony Barton (born 2 September 1982) is an English professional football manager and former player who played as a midfielder. He made 269 appearances in the Premier League, including 130 for Manchester City. He is currently the manager of League Two side Bristol Rovers. Barton was born and raised in Huyton, Merseyside. He began his football career with Manchester City in 2002 after working his way through their youth system. His appearances in the first team gradually increased over the following five years and he made more than 150 for the club. He earned his only cap for the England national team in February 2007, despite his criticism of some of the team's players. He then joined Newcastle United for a fee of £5.8 million in July 2007. After four years with the club, he joined Queens Park Rangers in August 2011, from where he was loaned to Marseille in 2012. He returned from his loan spell the following season, and helped QPR to promotion to the Premier League via the Championship play-offs. However, QPR were relegated again, and Barton was released at the end of the season. He signed a one-year deal to play for Burnley in 2015, helping them win promotion to the Premier League, but left to join Rangers in May 2016. He was banned from football after admitting a Football Association charge relating to betting in April 2017, and upon its expiration in June 2018 commenced his managerial career with Fleetwood Town. Barton's career and life have been marked by numerous controversial incidents and disciplinary problems and he has been convicted twice on charges of violence. On 20 May 2008, he was sentenced to six months' imprisonment for common assault and affray during an incident in Liverpool City Centre. Barton served 74 days of this prison term, being released on 28 July 2008. On 1 July 2008, he was also given a four-month suspended sentence after admitting assault occasioning actual bodily harm on former teammate Ousmane Dabo during a training-ground dispute on 1 May 2007. This incident effectively ended his Manchester City career. Barton has been charged with violent conduct three times by The Football Association: for the assault on Dabo, for punching Morten Gamst Pedersen in the stomach and for attacking three players on the final day of the 2011–12 season.
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Joey Barton leaves Fleetwood Town

Fleetwood are 10th in League One after 20 matches played; Joey Barton loses his job as Fleetwood boss after managing just one win since the end of November; Fleetwood announced the news in a brief statement on the club's website: 'Joey Barton has left the club with immediate effect'

Monday 4 January 2021 15:13, UK

 

Fleetwood Town have parted company with manager Joey Barton.

Barton, who was appointed Fleetwood boss in April 2018, leaves with the club 10th in League One with 20 matches played this season.

The former Newcastle, Manchester City and QPR midfielder had seen his side manage just one win in their previous eight games, losing twice and drawing five of those.

A club statement on Monday confirmed his departure: "Fleetwood Town can confirm manager Joey Barton has left the club with immediate effect.

"We would like to thank Joey for his work during his time at Highbury Stadium and wish him success in the future."

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20 minutes ago, Lincs Owl said:

With Daniel Stendel as his assistant?

Forgot about that

 

April 2019 Barton was involved in an incident which left the former Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel with a damaged tooth and was due to stand trial last summer having pleaded not guilty to a charge of assault occasioning actual bodily harm. That trial was put back to June 2021 because of Covid-19.

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Cannot stand this short ar53d little 2hat one bit. I hope he is never ever part of our club.

 

I can honestly say there are a few people I would punch if I saw them in public, and this guy is near the top of the list.

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