Jonny Evans: Northern Irish Footballer to Make A Surprise Trip At EURO 2016
When it comes to Northern Irish footballer, you may find lots of footballer who play in Premier League or other prestigious football league. One of them is Jonny Evans. He has been one of Manchester United’s well-skilled defender that had chances to compete at major international football tournament. He mirrored a controversy that involved him along with Papiss Cisse, a striker of Newcastle. For your information, he’s still considered as the most valuable player of his nation country. Even though his country faced a bad thing when they were in the qualification of EURO 2016, but they could get this through.
Jonny Evans or Jonathan Grant Evans was born on January 3rd, 1988. He plays as a defender at West Bromwich Albion as well as Northern Ireland national football team. He was born in Belfast and then began his football career at local football club, Green Island FC, where he was dotted by scouts of Manchester United. world sport betting He made some progress when he was at the football academy of Manchester United and playing some international tournaments tours in 2006. After that he went to Royal Antwerp on loan and also having 2 spells when he was in Sunderland. He made his first debut at Manchester United right in League Cup in 2007-2008 season. The following season, he became the regular team squad afterward.
Career on club
As Northern Irish footballer, he has had some experienced career on football clubs in Premier League.
- Manchester united
Evans was spotted when he was playing for Green Island FC, where he played alongside his brothers Craig Catchcart and Corry. When he was nine years old, he was invited to attend Manchester United Centre of Excellence that took place in Belfast. The following year, he was also invited for a trial. Then he and his family relocated to Manchester to support his football career. He made some progress in Manchester United.
Evans agreed to join Sunderland in December 2006 on loan until the end of 2006-2007 season with Danny Simpson joining the similar deal in transfer window in January. Evans won Youth player of the year when he was in Sunderland.
In June 2007, Evans confirmed that he would be at Manchester United to be at the first team. He rejoined Sunderlad on January 4th, 2008 for second time on loan.
- Returning to Manchester United
Evan made his first debut in Manchester United on September 26th, 2007 when the club played against Coventry City in League Cup. Unluckily, his debut ended up with 2-0 defeat. After that, he became the substitute for Gerard Pique in a match against Dynamo Kyiv in UEFA Champions League on November 7th, 2007 to secure the qualification of Manchester United toward the competition’s knockout stage
- West Bromwich Albion
On August 29th, 2015 Evans signed a professional contract with West Bromwich Albion for an undisclosed fee. He scored his first goal in West Bromwich Albion with 2-1 winning over Stoke City.
Even though he didn’t make any senior debut in Manchester United, he was also called up to the squad of Northern Ireland in September 2006 for the first time. It made his first debut became memorable as his team defeat Spain with 3-2 victory. This Northern Irish footballer has since retained his place within the team squad.