Club: Does not play in Premier League
Height: 176 cm.
Date Birth: 1985-07-26 (35 years old)
Gaël Clichy (French pronunciation: [ɡa.ɛl kli.ʃi] ; born 26 July 1985) is a French professional footballer who plays for English club Manchester City and the France national football team. He is predominantly left footed but naturally right footed, he primarily plays as a left-back that is also capable of playing as an offensive-minded wingback. Clichy is described as a player who possesses "almost unrivaled stamina" that is "quick in the tackle and willing to drive forward". He was a member of Arsenal's famous Invincibles team before leaving the club in 2011.
Clichy was born in the city of Toulouse and began his football career playing for a host of amateur clubs in the Haute-Garonne département such as JS Cugnaux, AS Muret, and Tournefeuille. In 2001, he moved to the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region to play for professional club Cannes. Clichy made his professional debut for the club in the 2002–03 season while the club was playing in the Championnat National, the third level of French football. After three seasons with Cannes, in 2003, he was convinced by manager and countryman Arsène Wenger to join Arsenal in England.
* First and Second half goals are shown in brackets
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|Goal||1:0||58'||Manchester City||2:1||Burnley||2016-17, Day 20||2017-01-02 15:00|
|Goal||0:3||88'||Southampton||0:3||Manchester City||2014-15, Day 13||2014-11-30 13:30|