Real nameGareth McAuley
Age39 (Born 05 Dec, 1979)
Height6ft 3in (1.91m)
Weight11st (69.84kg)
Place of birthLarne
NationalityNorthern Ireland


Rangers 03 Sep, 18 30 Jun, 19 Free 6 (1)01 (0)00 (0)01 (1)0
West Brom 23 May, 11 03 Sep, 18 Free 199 (4)1515 (1)08 (0)20 (0)0
Ipswich 18 Jun, 08 23 May, 11 Free 114 (1)75 (0)07 (0)10 (0)0
Leicester 04 Jun, 06 18 Jun, 08 Free 70 (4)53 (0)17 (0)10 (0)0
Lincoln 06 Aug, 04 04 Jun, 06 £10,000 70 (7)102 (0)03 (0)02 (0)0
Coleraine 01 Jul, 03 06 Aug, 04 Trainee 0 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Totals   £10,000 459 (17)3726 (1)125 (0)43 (1)0
Goals per Game    0.07 0.03 n/a 0

Games played by Gareth McAuley in 2015/2016

Premier LeagueSa 15Aug 2015Watford0 - 0West Brom
Premier LeagueSu 23Aug 2015West Brom2 - 3Chelsea
Capital One CupTu 25Aug 2015West Brom0 - 0Port Vale
Premier LeagueSa 29Aug 2015Stoke0 - 1West Brom
Euro ChampionshipsFr 04Sep 2015Faroe Islands1 - 3N Ireland
2 goals2
Euro ChampionshipsMo 07Sep 2015N Ireland1 - 1Hungary
Premier LeagueSa 12Sep 2015West Brom0 - 0Southampton
Premier LeagueSa 19Sep 2015Aston Villa0 - 1West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 03Oct 2015Crystal Palace2 - 0West Brom
Euro ChampionshipsTh 08Oct 2015N Ireland3 - 1Greece
Euro ChampionshipsSu 11Oct 2015Finland1 - 1N Ireland
Premier LeagueSa 17Oct 2015West Brom1 - 0Sunderland
Premier LeagueSa 24Oct 2015Norwich0 - 1West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 31Oct 2015West Brom2 - 3Leicester
Premier LeagueSa 07Nov 2015Man Utd2 - 0West Brom
International FriendlyFr 13Nov 2015N Ireland1 - 0Latvia
Premier LeagueSu 29Nov 2015West Ham1 - 1West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 05Dec 2015West Brom1 - 1Tottenham
Premier LeagueSu 13Dec 2015Liverpool2 - 2West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 19Dec 2015West Brom1 - 2Bournemouth
1 goal1
Premier LeagueSa 26Dec 2015Swansea1 - 0West Brom
Premier LeagueMo 28Dec 2015West Brom1 - 0Newcastle
Premier LeagueSa 02Jan 2016West Brom2 - 1Stoke
FA CupSa 09Jan 2016West Brom2 - 2Bristol C
Premier LeagueWe 13Jan 2016Chelsea2 - 2West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 16Jan 2016Southampton3 - 0West Brom
FA CupTu 19Jan 2016Bristol C0 - 1West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 23Jan 2016West Brom0 - 0Aston Villa
FA CupSa 30Jan 2016West Brom2 - 2Peterborough
Premier LeagueTu 02Feb 2016West Brom1 - 1Swansea
Premier LeagueSa 06Feb 2016Newcastle1 - 0West Brom
FA CupWe 10Feb 2016Peterborough1 - 1West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 27Feb 2016West Brom3 - 2Crystal Palace
Premier LeagueTu 01Mar 2016Leicester2 - 2West Brom
Premier LeagueSu 06Mar 2016West Brom1 - 0Man Utd
Premier LeagueSa 19Mar 2016West Brom0 - 1Norwich
International FriendlyTh 24Mar 2016Wales1 - 1N Ireland
International FriendlyMo 28Mar 2016N Ireland1 - 0Slovenia
Premier LeagueSa 02Apr 2016Sunderland0 - 0West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 09Apr 2016Man City2 - 1West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 16Apr 2016West Brom0 - 1Watford
Premier LeagueTh 21Apr 2016Arsenal2 - 0West Brom
Premier LeagueMo 25Apr 2016Tottenham1 - 1West Brom
Premier LeagueSa 30Apr 2016West Brom0 - 3West Ham
Premier LeagueSa 07May 2016Bournemouth1 - 1West Brom
Premier LeagueSu 15May 2016West Brom1 - 1Liverpool
International FriendlySa 04Jun 2016Slovakia0 - 0N Ireland
European ChampionshipsSu 12Jun 2016NPoland1 - 0N Ireland
European ChampionshipsTh 16Jun 2016NUkraine0 - 2N Ireland
1 goal1
European ChampionshipsTu 21Jun 2016NN Ireland0 - 1Germany
European ChampionshipsSa 25Jun 2016NWales1 - 0N Ireland


Match in Focus


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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