Jack Barmby & Premier League
Jack Barmby (born 14 November 1994) is an English professional footballer who plays for Hartlepool United, on loan from Manchester United, as a midfielder and striker. The Premier League is an English professional league for association football clubs. /5
Jack Barmby Premier League Leicester City Manchester United Federico Macheda Hull City Juan Mata Nick Barmby David Moyes Matty James Wilfried Zaha Danny Drinkwater Will Keane Kwesi Appiah Larnell Cole Ryan Tunnicliffe Tom Lawrence Tom Thorpe Sam Johnstone
Jack Barmby has left United to sign for Premier League newboys Leicester City
Jack Barmby has signed for Leicester City after being released by Manchester United when his contract expires at the end of June. He will officially make the move to the Barclays Premier League newcomers Development Squad where he will continue his career. Good Luck Jack!
have confirmed that Jack Barmby has completed a move to Premier League newcomers Leicester City. The 19-year-old was reported to be on the way out of United back at the start of May and he will now go into Leicester’s Development Squad. Last season, Barmby spent time on loan at Hartepool where he scored five goals in 17 appearances and his good form on loan attracted attention from other clubs. He is most comfortable out on the left but is also versatile enough to play through the middle which will put him in good stead at Leicester. The newly promoted side now boast a collection of ex-United players as Barmby joins the likes of Danny Drinkwater, Matty James and Ritchie de Laet at the club.
Jack Barmby, the son of Hull City legend Nick, has left Manchester United to sign for newly promoted Premier League side Leicester City. The 19-year-old has signed a two-year contract and will join...
What a great birthday present from Leicester City to my wife T.j. Tinks.. They signed a Premier League experienced Centre back in Matthew Upson… and Nick Barmby's Super talented kid Jack Barmby as a future star….
Transfer window: The winners, the losers - and the rest - After another transfer window of wheeler-dealing, R.FM Sport's analyst DABADA YUSUFU analyses the winners and losers as the Premier League clubs brace themselves for the season run-in: Winners Manchester United Key moves in: Juan Mata [from Chelsea] £37.1m. Key moves out: Fabio [to Cardiff] undisclosed, Larnell Cole and Ryan Tunnicliffe [to Fulham] undisclosed, Anderson [to Fiorentina] loan, Jack Barmby [to Hartlepool] loan, Wilfried Zaha [to Cardiff] loan, Sam Byrne & Charni Ekangamene [to Carlisle] loan, Tyler Blackett, Tom Thorpe & Federico Macheda [to Birmingham] loan, Tom Lawrence [to Yeovil] loan, Sam Johnstone [to Doncaster] loan, Will Keane [to QPR] loan. Manchester United manager David Moyes went for quality not quantity in January. One signing. One high-class player in Juan Mata at a club-record fee of £37m from Chelsea. Mata may not solve United's major problems - a creaking defence and a midfield short of a world-class player - but .. ...
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