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Gareth Barry

34-Year-Old Midfielder     Everton  Premier


Birthdate:  February 23, 1981    Nationality:  England    Height:  5' 11"    Weight:  176 lbs    
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April 4, 2015    Gareth Barry News

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Barry grabbed the lone assist in the 1-0 win over Southampton Saturday.

Barry was in a good position off a corner and sent in a short pass in the middle of the box that was simply poked in by Phil Jagielka. Barry sits in the top-10 in total passes with over 1600 and passes per game with over 60 per match. Barry hasn't provided much in goals or assists, but is important as anyone on this Everton team defending and controlling the midfield. Look for Barry to continue to start next Saturday when Everton take on Swansea City.

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March 30, 2015

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Barry is eligible to play Saturday against Southampton after serving a suspension for yellow-card accumulation.

Barry will most likely slot back into this regular spot in the starting XI, though his fantasy upside in most formats is quite limited given his role as a defensive midfielder.

February 12, 2015

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Barry picked up his 10th yellow card of the season Wednesday against Chelsea, which would have suspended him for two games, but he picked up another yellow card and the subsequent red card will mean he faces only a single match ban, the Liverpool Echo reports.

Barry will miss Everton's Premier League match against Leicester City on Feb. 22, but he will be eligible to return March 1 against Arsenal. The down side is that he's still on nine yellow cards, which means his next one will result in a two-match ban.

February 11, 2015

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Barry picked up two yellow cards and a subsequent red card in the 1-0 loss to Chelsea Wednesday.

It was very disappointing for Everton and Barry as they conceded the lone goal seconds after the red card. Barry has been very solid for Everton this season as he is the catalyst in the midfield and is currently fourth in the Premier League with 1,523 passes. He'll miss Everton's next match on the 22nd when they host Leicester in a must-win game.

December 19, 2014

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Barry is eligible to play Saturday against Southampton after serving a one-match yellow-card accumulation ban.

Barry should slot right back into his holding midfield role, one that limits him from producing in many fantasy leagues that reward scoring chances.

December 12, 2014

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Barry is suspended for Monday's Premier League match against Queens Park Rangers after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season last Saturday against Manchester City.

Barry's offensive upside is quite limited, though he's somewhat valuable in leagues that reward defensive midfielders. He'll be eligible to return Dec. 20 at Southampton.

December 1, 2014

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Barry (ankle) returned to the pitch against Tottenham on Sunday and played the full 90.

Barry suffered ligament damage in his leg earlier in November but made a surprising comeback Sunday. Regardless of initial reports that he'd potentially be out for another month, consider him healthy moving forward and deploy him in all formats.

November 11, 2014

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Additional scans on Barry's injured ankle revealed no fractures, but he does have ligament damage that could keep him out for months, the club's official website reports.

Barry is still to undergo additional testing, with the club cautiously optimistic that he could return in weeks instead of months. Either way, he will not be playing for the Toffees in the short term, even with the international break to rest.