Gareth McAuley

Gareth McAuley

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Gareth McAuley (born 5 December 1979) is a Northern Irish footballer currently playing as a defender for West Bromwich Albion.


Coming from Glenoe outside of Larne and nicknamed "Big G", McAuley began his career at Linfield and spent some time in early 2000 on loan at Ballyclare Comrades. After four years at Linfield, he moved to Crusaders in the summer of 2000. After two successful seasons, he moved to Coleraine. During this period, he worked as a window draftsman.

Lincoln City

In the summer of 2004, McAuley decided the time had come to look for a move into full-time football in the English Football League. After attracting interest from Lincoln City and Stockport County he linked up with Edgeley Park based club for a two week trial under the eye of the former Northern Ireland manager Sammy McIlroy who had given McAuley his first Northern Ireland B call-up. but talks broke down and he instead joined Lincoln City on a two-year deal with Coleraine receiving £10,000 for his services. With Lincoln already boasting one of the strongest defences in League Two at the time of McAuley's arrival, he did not walk straight into the first team. His first few appearances for the club were all as a substitute, and often in the role of a target man striker.

However, when Dean West was dropped from the...
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