Tom Cleverley

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Tom Cleverley
Tom Cleverley 2015.jpg
Cleverley playing for Everton in 2015
Personal information
Full name Thomas William Cleverley[1]
Date of birth (1989-08-12) 12 August 1989 (age 26)[1]
Place of birth Basingstoke, England
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)[2]
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Number 15
Youth career
1998–2000 Bradford City
2000–2008 Manchester United
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2008–2015 Manchester United 55 (3)
2009 Leicester City (loan) 15 (2)
2009–2010 Watford (loan) 33 (11)
2010–2011 Wigan Athletic (loan) 25 (4)
2014–2015 Aston Villa (loan) 31 (3)
2015– Everton 22 (2)
National team
2009 England U20 1 (2)
2009–2011 England U21 16 (0)
2012 Great Britain 5 (0)
2012– England 13 (0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 18:49, 14 June 2016 (UTC).
† Appearances (goals)

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 18:49, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

Thomas William "Tom" Cleverley /ˈklɛvəli/ (born 12 August 1989) is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Everton and the England national team.

After starting his career in the youth set-up at Bradford City, Cleverley joined Manchester United at the age of 12. Between 2007 and 2009 he played for Manchester United's reserve team, and occasionally in first team friendly matches. Cleverley was loaned to League One side Leicester City at the start of 2009, for whom he made his first Football League appearances, helping the team secure the League One title and promotion to the Championship. He spent the 2009–10 season on loan with Watford in the Championship, where he scored 11 goals in 33 league games and was voted as their Player of the Season. On 31 August 2010, he joined Wigan Athletic on a season-long loan, where he scored four goals in 25 appearances and helped them to avoid relegation on the final day of the season. He returned to Manchester United for the start of the 2011–12 season and made his first competitive appearance in the FA Community Shield victory against Manchester City.

Cleverley played for Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics, and later that year made his debut for the senior England team. He won the league with Manchester United in 2013.

Club career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Cleverley was born in Basingstoke, Hampshire,[1] but grew up in Bradford, West Yorkshire.[citation needed] He went to Hanson school.[3] He was part of Bradford City's youth set up and the next summer he joined Manchester United as an 11-year-old trainee in July 2000.[citation needed] During the 2005–06 season, he made nine appearances for the under-18 side.[citation needed] He also received a taste of reserve team football when he was named on the bench for the team's 4–1 away win over Everton on 21 February 2006.[citation needed] His first appearance for the reserves came in a 0–0 away draw to Bolton Wanderers almost a year later, on 15 February 2007, by which time he had become a regular in the under-18 team.[citation needed] However, just over a month later, he suffered a long-term injury and was ruled out for seven months.

He returned to action in October 2007, playing for the reserves in a 1–1 home draw with Liverpool.[citation needed] The 2007–08 season marked Cleverley's emergence as a regular in the Manchester United reserve team, making 21 appearances as the team went on to win both the Manchester Senior Cup and the Lancashire Senior Cup, in which he scored in the final against Liverpool.[citation needed]He also scored his first goals in a Manchester United shirt on 23 January 2008, when he scored both of United's goals in a 2–0 away win over Bolton Wanderers in the Premier Reserve League.[citation needed] His consistent performances for the reserves earned him the captaincy of the team in the absence of regular captain Sam Hewson, as well as a nomination for the Denzil Haroun Reserve Player of the Year award – he lost out to Richard Eckersley.[citation needed]

In recognition of his performances for the reserves, on 24 July 2008, Cleverley was called up to the Manchester United first team for the remainder of their tour of South Africa and the match against Portsmouth in Nigeria.[4] He made his first team debut against Kaizer Chiefs in the final of the 2008 Vodacom Challenge, coming on in place of Rodrigo Possebon at half-time, before he scored the third of United's four goals just after the hour mark.[5]

He returned to regular reserve team duty for the 2008–09 season, but was given a first team squad number – 35 – when the first team squad list was announced on 15 August 2008,[6] and was named on the bench for United's League Cup matches against Middlesbrough and Queens Park Rangers.[7][8]

Loan spells[edit]

Leicester City[edit]

On 16 January 2009, Cleverley joined Leicester City for the remainder of the 2008–09 season and was given the number 7 shirt.[9] He made his debut on 19 January 2009 in a 2–0 away win over Yeovil Town, coming on as an 85th-minute substitute for Matty Fryatt.[10] After two goals in 15 matches for Leicester, Cleverley's loan spell came to a premature end after he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury against Colchester United.[citation needed] He then returned to Manchester United for treatment and underwent surgery on his shoulder on 2 April 2009.[11] Although his loan had ended, Cleverley was presented with a medal on 24 April after Leicester secured their promotion as champions of League One.[12]

Towards the end of the season, along with James Chester and Corry Evans, Cleverley was nominated by Manchester United reserve team manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær for the Denzil Haroun Reserve Player of the Year award.[13]


On 18 August 2009, Cleverley signed for Watford on loan, and was able to play in their match away to Nottingham Forest that evening.[14] He started the match and was booked within four minutes of the start of the second half, but then sealed a 4–2 win with a goal in the second minute of injury time at the end of the game.[15] He then scored another goal on his home debut four days later, scoring Watford's second goal in a 2–2 draw with Blackpool,[16] and became Watford's joint-top scorer with the second goal in a 2–0 win over Preston North End in November.[17] Shortly afterwards, he extended his loan deal at Watford until the end of the 2009–10 season.[18] Cleverley scored a further five goals in 20 appearances for Watford before a knee ligament injury in April 2010 ended his season prematurely.[19] He went on to win the team's Player of the Season award.[20]

Wigan Athletic[edit]

Cleverley playing for Manchester United in 2010

Cleverley returned to Manchester United for the beginning of the 2010–11 season, and travelled with the squad for their pre-season tour of North America in July 2010.[21] He came on as a substitute for Ryan Giggs at half-time in the first match of the tour against Celtic in Toronto, and scored United's third in a 3–1 win.[22] He then netted his second of the tour on 28 July 2010, scoring United's fourth in their 5–2 win in the 2010 MLS All-Star Game; he controlled Darren Fletcher's flick into the box before lifting the ball over Wilman Conde's head and side-footing it past Nick Rimando.[23]

On 31 August 2010, although Cleverley looked destined to stay with United for the season, Wigan Athletic confirmed they had agreed a season-long loan deal for Cleverley,[24] with Manchester United retaining the option to recall the player from his loan spell in January.[25] On 11 September, Cleverley made his debut for Wigan which was also his Premier League debut, replacing Mauro Boselli in the 75th minute and assisting Antolin Alcaraz in a 1–1 home draw against Sunderland.[26] On 27 November, he scored his first goal for the club, also his first ever Premier League goal, in a 3–1 defeat away to West Ham United.[27] Seven days later he scored his second for Wigan and first home goal in a 2–2 draw against Stoke City.[28] However, following a Dubious Goals Panel ruling, this goal was taken away from Cleverley and credited as a Rory Delap own goal.[29] In January 2011, Manchester United agreed to let Cleverley stay on loan at Wigan until the end of the season.[30] Cleverley scored the decisive goal in a 2–1 away win over Wolverhampton Wanderers which lifted Wigan out of the relegation zone.[31] Cleverley was one of Wigan's stand-out performers, and ended the season with three goals and two assists in 25 Premier League appearances.[32]

Manchester United[edit]

Paul Scholes' retirement before the 2011–12 season left an opening in Manchester United's central midfield.[citation needed] Cleverley was identified by manager Sir Alex Ferguson as a potential homegrown replacement for Scholes.[citation needed] Cleverley was praised by Ferguson after playing the full 90 minutes in a 2–1 victory over Barcelona in a pre-season friendly match.[citation needed] Ferguson said that Cleverley was United's "best player" against Barcelona and he indicated that there is a strong possibility that he could be among the starting 11 in the opening fixture of the 2011–12 Premier League season against West Bromwich Albion.[33]

Cleverley made his competitive debut for United in the 3–2 comeback win over derby rivals Manchester City in the 2011 FA Community Shield. He came on as a second-half substitute for Michael Carrick after United went 2–0 down at half time, and assisted Nani's equaliser, after a pass and move build up.[34]

Cleverley signing memorabilia alongside Danny Welbeck in 2011

He started his first Premier League game for Manchester United on 14 August 2011, playing the full 90 minutes away to West Bromwich Albion in the first game of the 2011–12 season.[35] After impressing in his opening game, Cleverley started Manchester United's second game of the campaign against Tottenham Hotspur on 22 August, getting an assist in the process.[citation needed] He played the full game against Arsenal on 28 August 2011, which Manchester United won 8–2.[citation needed] Cleverley sustained a ligament damage in his foot after being tackled heavily by Bolton's Kevin Davies in the 3rd minute of United's next game, a 5–0 away victory at Bolton Wanderers.[36] It was later confirmed by the club that he would be sidelined for a month with the injury.[37] In October 2011 he signed a new contract keeping him at the club until 2015.[citation needed] On 25 October 2011, Cleverley made his return from injury in the League Cup, a 3–0 win against Aldershot Town.[citation needed] He made another appearance 4 days later, away to Everton.[citation needed] Cleverley played in a more advanced midfield role, linking defence with attack and was arguably Manchester United's best player.[citation needed] He left the field of play after 57 minutes due to an ankle injury, but his performance was later hailed by his manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, as "outstanding".[citation needed]

On 20 January, Ferguson stated "I am hopeful in 10 days' time he will be training then we can kick on." Cleverley was due to return for the game at Old Trafford against Liverpool on 11 February 2012,[38] but he was an unused substitute.[citation needed] He eventually returned in a UEFA Europa League 2–0 away win against Ajax at the Amsterdam Arena.[citation needed] On 26 September 2012, he scored his first goal, in a 2–1 win against Newcastle United in the League Cup.[39] His first league goal was on 7 October 2012, also against Newcastle United.[citation needed] He scored his second league goal on 15 December with a fine first-time finish from the edge of the area in a 3–1 win against Sunderland.[40] On 5 January 2013, Cleverley scored a goal from a Javier Hernandez cross in a 2–2 draw against West Ham United in a 3rd Round FA Cup tie.[41] On 15 December 2013, Cleverley scored in a 3–0 victory over Aston Villa.[42]

Aston Villa loan[edit]

With the signings of Ander Herrera, Ángel Di María, Daley Blind, Luke Shaw & Radamel Falcao for the 2014–15 season, Cleverley found himself on the fringes of the Manchester United squad under new manager Louis van Gaal, who had taken over from David Moyes over the summer.[citation needed] As such, he attracted interest from a number of clubs, including Aston Villa and Everton.[citation needed] Aston Villa made an initial bid of £8 million for Cleverley, but baulked at his wage demands.[citation needed] Everton then came in with an offer of £5 million that was rejected, before Villa revived their interest with a loan bid on 1 September.[citation needed] The transfer was completed at around 01:15 in the morning of 2 September, shortly after the expiry of a two-hour extension to the transfer deadline granted by the Premier League, but the transfer was eventually ratified later that afternoon after Aston Villa argued that they had completed the relevant paperwork before the deadline.[43][44] Following his loan move with just a year left on his United contract, Cleverley admitted that his career at Old Trafford was over.[45] On 25 April, he scored his first goal for the club in a 3-2 defeat to Manchester City.[46] He scored again in the following game, a 3-2 win at home to Everton.[47] He scored for the third game in a row for the first time in a 1–0 win at home to West Ham United.[48]


Following the expiration of his contract with Manchester United, Cleverley joined Everton on 1 July 2015, signing a five-year contract.[49] He scored his first goal for the club on 26 December 2015, when he headed in a last-minute winner for the Toffees against Newcastle United.[citation needed]

International career[edit]

England U20[edit]

Cleverley was called up to Noel Blake's England Under-20 team for the first time on 12 March 2009.[citation needed] However, following a dislocated shoulder suffered while on loan at Leicester City a few days later, he was forced to withdraw from the squad, and was replaced by Leeds United midfielder Adam Clayton.[50] Cleverley eventually made his Under-20 debut on 11 August 2009 in a 5–0 friendly win over Montenegro at The Hawthorns, missing an early penalty but going on to score two second-half goals.[51]

England U21[edit]

Cleverley made his England U-21 debut as substitute for Junior Stanislas in a 2–1 win away to Macedonia on 4 September 2009.[52]

Great Britain Olympic team[edit]

On 2 July 2012, Cleverley was named in Stuart Pearce's 18-man Great Britain squad for the 2012 London Olympics.[53]

On 20 July 2012, Cleverley played in a warm up match for the Olympics at the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough against Brazil national under-23 football team.[citation needed] The match finished 2–0 to Brazil, with Cleverley playing the full match.[citation needed] He played the full game in the tournament's opening fixture against Senegal; which ended 1–1.[citation needed] In the second group match against the United Arab Emirates, Cleverley was instrumental in GB's victory.[citation needed] He laid on the winner with an incisive through ball for Daniel Sturridge and generally impressed with his range of passing.[54]

England senior team[edit]

In August 2011, he was called up to the England first-team squad for the friendly against the Netherlands by Fabio Capello.[55] but did not end up playing as the game was cancelled on 8 August by The Football Association after the riots in London.[56] He received another call-up for the Euro 2012 qualifying matches with Bulgaria and Wales later in September 2011 alongside fellow new England additions and club-mates Phil Jones and Chris Smalling, but did not end up playing.

He made his debut a year later in a 2–1 win against Italy on 15 August 2012.[57] He made his competitive debut on 7 September 2012, playing the full 90 minutes in a 5–0 win away to Moldova during 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying[58] and received praise for his performance from manager Roy Hodgson.[59] On 12 October 2012, playing against San Marino in a World Cup qualifier, Cleverley made 165 touches during the game, the highest ever recorded for an England player.[60] He also made two assists in the same game as England won 5–0.[61]

Personal life[edit]

In October 2011, Cleverley accepted substantial undisclosed libel damages over a false claim made by The Sun newspaper the previous August that he had "badgered" a girl for sex in Blackpool. Cleverley was at home with his girlfriend in Manchester when the newspaper said the incident had occurred.[62]

Cleverley has a daughter, Nevaeh, born to his girlfriend Georgina Dorsett in 2013.[citation needed]

Career statistics[edit]


As of match played 11 May 2016.
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Manchester United 2008–09[63] Premier League 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2009–10[64] Premier League 0 0 0 0 0 0
2010–11[65] Premier League 0 0 0 0 0 0
2011–12[66] Premier League 10 0 0 0 1 0 4[a] 0 15 0
2012–13[67] Premier League 22 2 4 1 1 1 5[b] 0 32 4
2013–14[68] Premier League 22 1 1 0 3 0 5[c] 0 31 1
2014–15[69] Premier League 1 0 0 0 1 0
Total 55 3 5 1 5 1 14 0 79 5
Leicester City (loan) 2008–09[63] League One 15 2 15 2
Watford (loan) 2009–10[64] Championship 33 11 1 0 1 0 35 11
Wigan Athletic (loan) 2010–11[65] Premier League 25 4 25 4
Aston Villa (loan) 2014–15[69] Premier League 31 3 6 0 37 3
Everton 2015–16[70] Premier League 22 2 4 0 4 0 30 2
Career total 181 25 16 1 10 1 14 0 221 27
  1. ^ One appearance in FA Community Shield, three in UEFA Europa League
  2. ^ Appearances in UEFA Champions League
  3. ^ One appearance in FA Community Shield, four in UEFA Champions League


As of match played 19 November 2013.[71]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
England 2012 6 0
2013 7 0
Total 13 0


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