Stephen Warnock

Stephen Warnock

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Stephen David Warnock (born 12 December 1981) is an English footballer who plays for Aston Villa as a left-back.

He has been capped by England twice and was part of the nation's squad at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Warnock previously played for Liverpool, Coventry City, Bradford City and Blackburn Rovers.

Club career


Warnock was born in Ormskirk, Lancashire where, in his childhood, he played for Rufford Colts (based at St Bede's RC High School) and also played for St Bede's RC High School. Following his time spent in the Liverpool youth academy and England Youth set up, with his first international cap in the u16s, he had loan spells at Bradford City (where he scored his first career goal against Sheffield Wednesday) and Coventry City. He made his first team Liverpool debut against Grazer AK in 2004, during the first leg of a UEFA Champions League third qualifying round.

Warnock impressed on a number of occasions during his debut season of 2004–05. His good form resulted in the more experienced and renowned Harry Kewell being dropped on several occasions. In his second season (2005–06), he was asked to play primarily at left-back, in rotation with the Norwegian John Arne Riise. Warnock scored his only goal for the club against Fulham in a 5–1 win on 15 March 2006,despite making 67 first team appearances for Liverpool.

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