Zan Barnes Wiki – Zan Barnes Biography
Zan Barnes is the wife of Ashley Barnes, is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Burnley.
Barnes previously played for Paulton Rovers, Plymouth Argyle, Oxford United, Salisbury City, Eastbourne Borough, Torquay United, and Brighton & Hove Albion. He was capped by Austria at the youth international level, making one appearance for their under-20 team in 2008, but his application for Austrian citizenship was rejected in 2019.
As a child, Barnes played for Bath Arsenal, where his teammates included fellow future professional Scott Sinclair. He began his senior career as a prolific goalscorer with local club Paulton Rovers of the Southern League. He had an extended trial with Championship club Plymouth Argyle in March 2007 and sufficiently impressed to be awarded an eighteen-month contract by the club, having scored several goals for the reserve team. He made his Plymouth debut in the first round of the League Cup in August 2007 against Wycombe Wanderers, coming on as a substitute for first-team regular Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.
Zan Barnes Age
Zan Barnes‘s age is unknown.
Zan Barnes & Ashley Barnes
Barnes is from Dunkerton, Somerset, near Bath. He attended Writhlington School, near Bath.
Ashley Barnes Arrested – Charges
Burnley striker Ashley Barnes was arrested on suspicion of drink driving hours after the Clarets secured their Premier League status. The forward was stopped by police in the early hours of Tuesday, May 11, after Burnley’s win at Fulham the previous evening.
Barnes was a late substitute in the win at Craven Cottage and was pulled over by Cheshire police near his Wilmslow home at around 3 am and subsequently charged with drink driving. He is set to appear in court on June 14, report the Irish Sun.
Burnley confirmed the 31-year-old, an unused sub in the defeat to Liverpool on Wednesday night, will be the subject of an internal investigation. A Burnley statement read: “Burnley Football Club is aware of a police incident involving one of its players, Ashley Barnes.
“As a club with solid values and a strong community ethos, Burnley FC upholds and expects the highest standards of responsible behavior from all its players and staff. Therefore, while observing the conclusion of legal proceedings, the club will be treating this matter with the utmost seriousness.
“The player will be subject to internal disciplinary procedures as a result. Burnley Football Club will make no further comment. Cheshire Police said: “At around 3 am on Tuesday, May 11, officers stopped a black Mercedes V2. The driver of the vehicle, a 31-year-old man, was arrested at the scene on suspicion of drink driving. Ashley Luke Barnes, of Wilmslow, was subsequently charged.”