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Jonathan Walters
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Personal information
Full name Jonathan Ronald Walters
Date of birth 20 September 1983 (1983-09-20) (age 37)
Place of birth    Merseyside, Flag of England England
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Striker
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Jonathan Ronald Walters (born 20 September 1983) is a professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Burnley and the Republic of Ireland national team.

Walters started his career at Blackburn Rovers but failed to break into the first team and joined Bolton Wanderers. Again he failed to establish himself and went out on loan to Hull City, Crewe Alexandra and Barnsley before joining Hull permanently. He then went on to play for Wrexham and Chester City before finally finding regular football at Championship side Ipswich Town. Walters spent three years at Portman Road before joining Stoke City for £2.75 million in August 2010. He helped Stoke reach the 2011 FA Cup Final after scoring twice in the semi-final against Bolton Wanderers as Stoke won 5–0. Walters played 54 matches during the 2011–12 season and then played in UEFA Euro 2012 with the Republic of Ireland. Walters remained a regular at Stoke under Tony Pulis and Mark Hughes, scoring 62 goals in 271 appearances before joining Burnley in July 2017.

External links

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Burnley F.C. squad - 2020–21

1 Heaton · 2 Lowton · 3 Taylor · 4 Cork · 5 Tarkowski · 6 Mee · 7 Guðmundsson · 10 Barnes · 11 Wood · 12 Brady · 13 Hendrick · 14 Gibson · 15 Crouch · 16 Defour · 18 Westwood · 20 Hart · 22 Lindegaard · 23 Ward · 25 Lennon · 26 Bardsley · 27 Vydra · 28 Long · 29 Pope · 30 Legzdins · 31 McNeil · 32 Agyei · 46 Benson ·

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Republic of Ireland competitions · Republic of Ireland coaches · Republic of Ireland players · Republic of Ireland stadiums
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Republic of Ireland – 2012 UEFA European Championship
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Republic of Ireland – UEFA Euro 2016 – Round of 16

1. Westwood 2. Coleman 3. Clark 4. O'Shea 5. Keogh 6. Whelan 7. McGeady 8. McCarthy 9. Long 10. Keane (c) 11. McClean 12. Duffy 13. Hendrick 14. Walters 15. Christie 16. Given 17. Ward 18. Meyler 19. Brady 20. Hoolahan 21. Murphy 22. Quinn 23. Randolph

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