|20, Bartley, Marvin|
|Written by Warren|
|Tuesday, 01 February 2011|
Name: Marvin Bartley
Date of Birth: 4th July 1986
Place of Birth: Reading
Clubs: Burnham, Hayes, Didcot Town, Hampton & Richmond Borough, Bournemouth, Burnley
Signed by Eddie Howe
Burnley Fee:Undisclosed rumoured to be in the region of £350.000
Claret Debut: 12th Feb 2011, Watford (A) W 1-3
2010/11 Squad Number: 20
Marvin who played under current Clarets boss Eddie Howe at Dean Court, signed a three-and-a-half year deal at Turf Moor on transfer deadline day 2011.
Bartley joined Bournemouth at the start of the 2007/08 season from non-league Hampton & Richmond, following spells with Hayes and Didcot Town.
The Reading-born midfielder, a former schoolboy sprinter, began his career at his home-town club before moving to Burnham, where he played alongside his two brothers.
After joining the Cherries, he quickly became been a mainstay of the side under Howe, making over 130 appearances and earning a new contract during the 2009-10 campaign as Bournemouth won promotion to League One.
Marvin made his Clarets bow as a substitute in the 3-1 away win at Watford, he came on with the game won in the 91st minute.
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