Nicky Weaver is an English goalkeeper. He was born on 2 March 1979 in Sheffield, England.
In 1995, Nicky put pen to paper of his first professional contract with Mansfield Town, but took part only in one fixture for the club during two years. In 1997, the footballer transferred to Manchester City and clinched a regular place in the starting line-up almost at once, which helped him to make 147 appearances for the team before his loan move to Sheffield Wednesday in 2005. Weaver featured in 14 matches for ‘The Owls’ during his spell and returned to ‘The Citizens’, where he took his tally to 172 games by 2007.
In the summer 2007, the keeper sealed a deal with Charlton Athletic and took part in 67 fixtures for ‘The Addicks’ during two seasons. In 2009, Nicky transferred to Dundee United and made 18 appearances for the new club before being sent on loan to Burnley, where he failed to come on the pitch during six months. In the summer 2010, the footballer penned a contract with Sheffield Wednesday and featured in 53 matches for ‘The Owls’ before retiring at the age of 34.
From 1999 till 2000, Weaver was capped ten times for the England national U-21 squad.
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