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Colourful figure Joey Barton has taken up his first managerial job in the shape of Fleetwood Town, he was appointed in the summer of 2018 prior to the 2018-19 season. He’s from Huyton, England, and he’s had a long career playing at many different clubs around England and France.
Colourful figure Joey Barton has taken up his fir Joey Barton started his career at three different youth academies in Everton, Liverpool and Manchester City before being promoted to the Manchester City first team in 2002. He made 130 competitive appearances over a 5 year stint at Manchester City before leaving for Newcastle United for a fee of £5.8 million. He made 81 appearances for Newcastle racking up many red and yellow cards before moving on to Queens Park Rangers on a free transfer. On his debut for Queens Park Rangers, he was given the captaincy by manager Neil Warnock as his side drew 0-0 to former side Newcastle United. He stayed at Queens Park Rangers for 4 years including a loan move to French side Marseille making 25 appearances for the French club in 2012-13. He then had 2 stints at Burnley and one at Rangers before retiring from football. When Queens Park Rangers were relegated in the 2012-13 season, chairman Tony Fernandes said the club missed Joey Barton and was quoted saying they missed a real workhorse in midfield and that they lacked leadership.
Colourful figure Joey Barton has taken up his fir Across his career, the controversial character Joey Barton has been charged by the FA many times for accusations including assault, punching and attacking players. He also served 74 days of a 6 month prison sentence for common assault after an incident in Liverpool City centre. He’s also racked up 9 red cards across his career, most of which came from aggressive tackles.
Colourful figure Joey Barton has taken up his fir In 2018 Joey Barton was appointed manager of Fleetwood Town for the upcoming season as he guided the club to an 11th placed finish. This was his first managerial position and he’ll be hoping for a higher placing next season if he wishes to continue managing the club but will have to make smart signings. His violent nature never left however as he was investigated for allegedly assaulting opposition manager Daniel Stendel in the tunnel after a 4-2 away loss to Barnsley. He’ll have to clean up if he is to continue in the world of management and if he is to go on to manage higher reputation clubs.