West Brom Veteran midfielder is never sorry to leave Manchester City

West Bromwich Albion veteran midfielder Gareth Barry admitted he never regretted leaving the Manchester City classmate in his career Agen Bola.

Barry spent five seasons in costumes City, from 2009 to 2014. But eventually he was loaned to Everton for a season until finally contracted permanently by the club from Merseyside.

Although nervous to see City must fight hard without her presence, but Barry still feel steady with the decision to leave the city of Manchester.

“At first, I saw City having trouble after I left. Part of me thinks that if I had survived, then most likely I would have more chance to play, “Barry told Sportsmole.

“At the end of the season, I think again, if I survive, maybe I’ll win the trophy and get involved in the team.”

“But then I thought, no, I’ve done the right thing, I’ve enjoyed a great season and have been playing regularly at Everton. And for a minute I do not regret the decision to leave City, “he said confidently.

After incised a sweet story with Everton for three seasons, Barry was looking for a new adventure with anchored at West Brom with an unknown transfer value.

Barry even just broke the record by making a 633 appearance in the Premier League when they travel to Arsenal headquarters. He surpassed the achievements of former United Manhcester player Ryan Giggs who made 632 appearances throughout his career. (Source: Sportsmole)

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