Chris Gunter

Chris Gunter

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Christopher Ross "Chris" Gunter (born 21 July 1989) is a Welsh footballer who plays for Nottingham Forest, and the Wales national team, as a defender. Though a Newport native, he moved to Cardiff as a child and later joined Cardiff City's youth system. An attacking full back, he is capable of playing on both flanks but usually plays on his preferred right side.

Gunter has been a Welsh international since the U17 level and holds the record as the second youngest debutant for the U21 team. In 2007 he became the youngest Cardiff City player ever to play for the full Welsh team.

Club career

Cardiff City

Born in Newport, Gunter started out as a striker when he played for Durham Colts and Albion Rovers but switched to full-back at a young age and signed for the Cardiff City youth side at the age of eight. He signed his first professional contract with the club on 1 August 2006 along with fellow Cardiff academy graduate Darcy Blake.

Primarily a right-sided defender, Gunter made his debut for Cardiff City on 22 August 2006 against Barnet in the League Cup.

In March 2007 he won the Football League's Apprentice of the Year award after impressing in the first team squad due to injuries to some regular players and during the summer of 2007, Gunter was the subject of two bids from Premier League club Everton. Both, however, were rejected. BBC Sport Retrieved on 26 November 2007

Tottenham Hotspur

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