Real nameAaron Lennon
Age32 (Born 16 Apr, 1987)
Height5ft 5in (1.65m)
Weight9st 9lb (61.23kg)
Place of birthLeeds
Date Signed23 Jan, 2018


Burnley 23 Jan, 18 Undisc. 29 (9)10 (0)01 (0)04 (2)0
Everton 01 Sep, 15 23 Jan, 18 £4,000,000 32 (19)55 (0)14 (1)11 (1)0
Everton 02 Feb, 15 17 May, 15 Loan 12 (2)20 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Tottenham 01 Jul, 05 01 Sep, 15 £1,000,000 221 (46)2614 (5)116 (5)146 (12)2
Leeds 01 Aug, 03 01 Jul, 05 Trainee 19 (19)11 (1)01 (2)00 (0)0
Totals   £5,000,000 313 (95)3520 (6)222 (8)251 (15)2
Goals per Game    0.08 0.07 n/a 0.03

Games played by Aaron Lennon in 2004/2005

ChampionshipSu 29Aug 2004Sheff Utd2 - 0Leeds
ChampionshipSa 16Oct 2004Leeds1 - 0Preston
ChampionshipSa 23Oct 2004Brighton1 - 0Leeds
Carling CupTu 26Oct 2004Portsmouth2 - 1Leeds
ChampionshipSu 31Oct 2004Leeds0 - 2Wigan
ChampionshipWe 03Nov 2004Leeds1 - 2Burnley
ChampionshipSa 20Nov 2004Leeds6 - 1QPR
ChampionshipMo 29Nov 2004Rotherham1 - 0Leeds
ChampionshipSu 26Dec 2004Sunderland2 - 3Leeds
1 goal1
ChampionshipTu 28Dec 2004Leeds2 - 1Plymouth
ChampionshipSa 01Jan 2005Leeds0 - 2Crewe
ChampionshipMo 03Jan 2005Coventry1 - 2Leeds
FA CupSa 08Jan 2005Birmingham3 - 0Leeds
ChampionshipSa 15Jan 2005Leeds1 - 1Cardiff
ChampionshipSa 22Jan 2005Stoke0 - 1Leeds
ChampionshipSa 29Jan 2005Leeds1 - 1Brighton
ChampionshipSa 05Feb 2005Burnley0 - 1Leeds
ChampionshipSa 12Feb 2005Leeds3 - 1Reading
ChampionshipSa 19Feb 2005Wigan3 - 0Leeds
ChampionshipSa 26Feb 2005Leeds2 - 1West Ham
ChampionshipSu 06Mar 2005Millwall1 - 1Leeds
ChampionshipSa 12Mar 2005Leeds1 - 1Gillingham
ChampionshipWe 16Mar 2005Nottm Forest0 - 0Leeds
ChampionshipSa 02Apr 2005Leeds1 - 1Wolves
ChampionshipTu 05Apr 2005Leeds0 - 4Sheff Utd
ChampionshipSa 09Apr 2005Watford1 - 2Leeds
ChampionshipSa 16Apr 2005QPR1 - 1Leeds
ChampionshipSu 01May 2005Leicester2 - 0Leeds
ChampionshipSu 08May 2005Leeds0 - 0Rotherham


Match in Focus

20:00 Mo 21Oct SKY

Sheff Utd v Arsenal

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Arsenal have won five of their last six matches
Expert verdict
Some Arsenal supporters are not happy with Unai Emery’s tactics but the Gunners are third in the Premier League after eight matches and can maintain their upward trajectory by beating Sheffield United. The visitors have lost only one match in all competitions this season and should continue to improve with Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney both fit again after injury. They haven’t always been brilliant but Arsenal tend to get the job done. Sheffield United held firm for 70 minutes against Liverpool and have proved hard to break down, but they have lost four of their last five home matches in all competitions.


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