Barry Bannan is a Scottish professional football midfielder who plays for Premier League club Aston Villa. In his early age, he suffered from many problems. He had undergone four operations , first was for a hernia; two more for a blocked tube into his kidney; and the fourth was for the removal of his appendix. Barry started his football profile at the local youth team Lenzie Youth Club and Albion Rovers. He signed his first professional contract with Aston Villa in 2008 where he began his performance with the main team of Villans in his debut session., After particular appearances, he was sent away on loan to Derby County. Thereafter, Bannan joined with Blackpool on loan as well as was promoted in twenty games of the temporary team, during the season 2010-11 he stayed with his club Aston Villa and transferred on loan to Leeds United in the end the year 2011. Barry Bannan being a Scotland international has also represented the Under-21 and B teams.
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