Darron Gibson

Darron Gibson is a Republic of Ireland international midfielder currently playing his club football at Salford City. Born on 25th October 1987 in Derry, Ireland, Gibson joined the Manchester United academy in 2004 and made his senior debut in the League Cup in October 2005 – winning club Youth Player of the Year that season. Two years on loan at Royal Antwerp and Wolverhampton Wanderers followed before being named in Sir Alex Ferguson’s first-team squad. He started the 2009 League Cup final win against Tottenham Hotspur and came on as a substitute a year later in the 2010 final 2-1 victory over Aston Villa. Gibson won a Premier League winner’s medal in 2010/11 by featuring in 12 of United’s league games, and he scored in a Champions League semi-final win over Schalke. A £1m move to Everton came in January 2012 but injuries have limited his game time at Goodison Park. Gibson has over 25 caps for his country and was named in Ireland’s UEFA Euro 2012 squad.

 Position:
Central Midfielder
  Country:
Republic of Ireland
  Age:
32

Darron Gibson

 Position:
Central Midfielder
  Country:
Republic of Ireland
  Age:
32

Darron Gibson is a Republic of Ireland international midfielder currently playing his club football at Salford City. Born on 25th October 1987 in Derry, Ireland, Gibson joined the Manchester United academy in 2004 and made his senior debut in the League Cup in October 2005 – winning club Youth Player of the Year that season. Two years on loan at Royal Antwerp and Wolverhampton Wanderers followed before being named in Sir Alex Ferguson’s first-team squad. He started the 2009 League Cup final win against Tottenham Hotspur and came on as a substitute a year later in the 2010 final 2-1 victory over Aston Villa. Gibson won a Premier League winner’s medal in 2010/11 by featuring in 12 of United’s league games, and he scored in a Champions League semi-final win over Schalke. A £1m move to Everton came in January 2012 but injuries have limited his game time at Goodison Park. Gibson has over 25 caps for his country and was named in Ireland’s UEFA Euro 2012 squad.