|Full name||Marvin Clement Bartley|
|Date of birth||4 July 1986|
|Place of birth||Reading, England|
|Playing position||Defensive midfielder|
|2006-2007||Hampton & Richmond Borough||25||(0)|
|2013-2014||â Leyton Orient (loan)||19||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 19:35, 12 August 2017 (UTC).|
Marvin Clement Bartley (given birth to 4 July 1986) can be an British professional footballer, who has for Scottish Premiership membership Hibernian being a midfielder. Early in his profession, Bartley performed for British nonleague night clubs Burnham, Hayes, Didcot City and Hampton & Richmond Borough. He broke in to the professional leagues in 2007 with Bournemouth, where he produced over 100 Soccer League appearances. Immediately after Bournemouth supervisor Eddie Howe shifted to Burnley in 2011, Bartley implemented Howe to Turf Moor. Bartley dropped out of favour at Burnley after Howe came back to Bournemouth in Oct 2012. He primarily moved on mortgage to Leyton Orient, after that joined Orient on the long lasting basis after he premiered by Burnley in January 2014. Bartley still left Orient in the summertime of 2015 and agreed upon for Scottish membership Hibernian.
Early and non-league career
Delivered in Reading, Berkshire, Bartley started his profession along with his hometown membership, Reading, performing in the youngsters setup before released as an adolescent. Bartley then joined up with the Hayes Soccer Education Development Chance (FEDO) program to greatly help develop his abilities, which he graduated from in 2004. Then joined Southern Soccer League aspect Burnham where he performed alongside his two brothers, Tag and Michael. He produced his début for Burnham on 21 August 2004, arriving on as an alternative within a 1–0 beat to Evesham United. His last appearance emerged in a 3–2 beat to Sutton Coldfield City on 30 Oct. He made a complete of eight performances for the Blues, without credit scoring.Bartley then made a swift go back to his former membership, Conference South aspect Hayes through the period together with his sibling Tag. His début arrived on 12 Feb 2005, inside a 3–2 aside make an impression on Sutton United. He completed the season like a first-team regular producing a complete of eight looks for Hayes in the 2004–05 time of year as they completed mid-table. IN-MAY 2005, he authorized a fresh two-year contract to remain in the golf club. His 1st appearance from the 2005–06 time of year was on 13 August 2005, inside a 1–0 make an impression on newly marketed Eastleigh. His initial career goal emerged on 10 Sept, when he have scored the second within a 2–0 success over Bishop's Stortford. His second objective emerged on 12 November, when he have scored the winner within a 2–1 apart earn at Carshalton Athletic. His last goal of the growing season as well as for Hayes emerged on 11 Feb 2006, when he have scored the leveller within a 1–1 pull with Bognor Regis City. Bartley remained an initial team regular through the period producing a complete of 40 performances, credit scoring three goals because they narrowly prevented relegation. His initial game from the 2006–07 period emerged on 12 August 2006, within a 3–1 beat to Histon. His last appearance for Hayes was on 12 Sept, when he emerged on as an alternative within a 3–2 beat to Bognor Regis City.In Sept 2006, Bartley joined up with Southern Group side Didcot Town. He have scored on his début, arriving from the bench to rating the second within a 2–2 pull with Windsor & Eton on 24 Sept. Bartley made a complete of two performances for Didcot before putting your signature on for Isthmian Little league part Hampton & Richmond Borough on a free of charge transfer in Oct 2006. His début arrived on 17 Oct, inside a 2–2 attract aside at Heybridge Swifts. He continued to be a first-team regular and on 24 Apr 2007 he produced his last appearance for Hampton in the invert fixture to Heybridge, which once again completed 2–2. He produced a complete of 25 looks for the Beavers because they had been crowned champions and obtained promotion towards the Conference South.
Bartley was near joining Football Group Two aspect Milton Keynes Dons until supervisor Martin Allen departed for Leicester Town, after spending weekly on trial. In the summertime of 2007, Bartley became a member of Football Group One aspect Bournemouth on the two-week trial, playing in pre-season friendlies against Hamworthy United, Weymouth and Southampton. On 23 July, he agreed upon a one-year professional agreement after the effective trial, getting the fourth brand-new arrival. Ahead of joining Bournemouth he previously been merging his semi-professional profession with installing dual glazing for The Splash Group in Reading. He produced his début for the Cherries on 1 Dec 2007, in the FA Glass second round beat apart to Millwall, arriving on being a late replacement for Jo Kuffour. His group début came seven days later where he once again featured as an alternative, arriving on for Jem Karacan within a 3–1 beat to Tranmere Rovers at Prenton Recreation area. On 26 January 2008, Bartley produced his begin for Bournemouth inside a 3–1 aside win at Slot Vale. He stayed a first group regular in the group, scoring his 1st professional goal inside a 2–2 attract with Cheltenham City on 23 Feb. His last appearance of the growing season was on 3 Might 2008, a 1–1 attract with Carlisle United as Bournemouth had been relegated to Little league Two. Bartley produced a complete of 21 looks in all contests in the 2007–08 time of year, scoring one objective.In December 2010, it had been revealed that Bartley was subject matter appealing from AFC Wimbledon, Stevenage, AS Nancy, Havant & Waterlooville, Leeds United and Leicester Town.
Following a move of Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe to Burnley just fourteen days down the road 30 January 2011, Burnley posted a bid thought to be around £350,000 for Bartley. Despite Bournemouth chairman Eddie Mitchell having previously mentioned that no Bournemouth players had been departing in the January transfer windowpane, Bartley pressured the undertake by refusing to try out for the Cherries once again if the bet was rejected. Because of this, a charge was decided and Bartley became a Claret.Under Howe, Bartley was a normal feature in match day time squads for the others of 2011, and he scored his initial objective for Burnley against Blackpool inside a 3–1 house victory, scoring the 3rd and final objective from the match. Despite primarily regularly offering, Bartley soon discovered himself deployed even more through the bench than in a beginning role, dropping his spot to the competent midfield three of Dean Marney, Chris McCann and Brian Share. The come back of Howe to Bournemouth in Oct 2012 and the next session of Sean Dyche additional pushed Bartley from a regular put in place the squad.On 30 January 2014, Bartley terminated his agreement by mutual consent.
Following the change of management at Turf Moor, a deal from Turf Moor beckoned for Bartley and he subsequently joined Group One side Leyton Orient on a short one-month loan deal on 1 August 2013. Pursuing their excellent begin to the 2013–14 period, Bartley's loan offer was after that further expanded until January 2014. On 31 January 2014, Bartley became a member of Leyton Orient on the long lasting basis after an effective loan spell.
After eighteen months at Leyton Orient, Bartley joined Scottish Tournament side Hibernian on 17 July 2015 on the two-year deal. Bartley was an unused alternative as Hibernian earned the 2016 Scottish Glass Final.On 17 Sept 2016, Bartley was sent off against Ayr United, but had his crimson cards overturned the next week. He was dismissed once again on 15 Oct, against Raith Rovers, but this is also downgraded to a yellowish cards. Bartley described that for the cards to become rescinded completely, he'd experienced to miss each day of teaching to visit an charm, which he had not been willing to perform. After assisting the club earn promotion towards the Scottish Premiership in 2016–17, he authorized a two-year agreement with Hibs in-may 2017.
In November 2012, the Jamaica Football Federation reported that Bartley had demonstrated interest taking part in for the Reggae Boyz which he is at the pool of players permitted be called up for the 2014 World Glass qualifiers.
By 19:35, 12 August 2017 (UTC) Golf club statistics Club Time of year League FA Glass League Glass Other Total Department Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Burnham 2004–05 Southern Little league Western Department 8 0 0 0 — 0 0 8 0 Hayes 2004–05 Meeting South 8 0 0 0 — 0 0 8 0 2005–06 Meeting South 39 3 1 0 — 0 0 40 3 2006–07 Meeting South 7 0 0 0 — 0 0 7 0 Total 54 3 1 0 — 0 0 55 3 Didcot City 2006–07 Southern Little league Division A single 2 1 0 0 — 0 0 2 1 Hampton & Richmond Borough 2006–07 Isthmian Leading Department 25 0 0 0 — 0 0 25 0 Bournemouth 2007–08 Soccer Little league One 20 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 21 1 2008–09 Soccer Little league Two 33 1 3 0 1 0 3 0 40 1 2009–10 Soccer Little league Two 34 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 39 0 2010–11 Soccer Little league One 26 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 30 1 Total 113 3 8 0 3 0 6 0 130 3 Burnley 2010–11 Soccer League Tournament 5 0 0 0 0 0 — 5 0 2011–12 Soccer League Tournament 39 3 1 0 3 0 — 43 3 2012–13 Soccer League Tournament 21 0 1 0 2 0 — 24 0 2013–14 Soccer League Tournament 0 0 0 0 0 0 — 0 0 Total 65 3 2 0 5 0 — 72 3 Leyton Orient 2013–14 Soccer Little league One 19 2 0 0 1 0 3 0 23 2 2014–15 Soccer Little league One 28 0 1 0 2 0 3 1 34 1 Total 47 2 1 0 3 0 6 1 57 3 Hibernian 2015–16 Scottish Tournament 25 0 5 0 3 0 3 0 36 0 2016–17 Scottish Tournament 28 0 4 0 1 0 3 0 36 0 2017–18 Scottish Premiership 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 Total 54 0 9 0 6 0 6 0 75 0 Profession totals 368 12 21 0 17 0 18 1 424 13 A. ^ The "Additional" column constitutes looks and goals (including those as an alternative) in the Soccer Little league Trophy, Scottish Problem Glass, UEFA Europa Little league and play-offs.
Hibernian Scottish Cup: 2015–16 Scottish Tournament: 2016–17
^ Soccerbase didn't record two looks created by Bartley against Brondby IF on 14 July and 21 July 2016.