Anthony Gardner played once for the England national team and was bought and sold for millions of pounds in the domestic transfer market.
14 Facts About Anthony Gardner
Anthony Gardner spent eight years at the Premier League club, making 142 appearances in all competitions.
Anthony Gardner signed with Sheffield Wednesday in June 2012, and stayed with the club for two years.
Anthony Gardner signed his first professional contract on 31 July 1998.
Anthony Gardner worked his way up through the reserve team before making his debut as a substitute against Derby County in March 2001.
Anthony Gardner scored his second Tottenham goal in a League Cup tie against Oldham Athletic on 22 September 2004.
Anthony Gardner was stretchered off with a suspected broken ankle in the 42nd minute.
On 31 January 2008, Anthony Gardner signed for Tottenham's Premier League rivals Everton on loan for the remainder of the season, but did not make a single appearance.
Anthony Gardner made 28 Championship appearances for Palace over the course of the season, forming a solid partnership with Paddy McCarthy.
Anthony Gardner was short-listed for the club's Player of the Year award at the end of the season, though the award instead went to fellow defender Jonathan Parr.
Anthony Gardner signed a two-year contract with Championship newcomers Sheffield Wednesday on 20 June 2012; manager Dave Jones said that he "is a quality player and a leader, with Championship and Premiership pedigree".
Anthony Gardner was released by new manager Stuart Gray in May 2014.
Anthony Gardner represented England at under-21 level, gaining one cap under David Platt.
Anthony Gardner won his first and only England cap against Sweden on 31 March 2004, after Sven-Goran Eriksson used him as a half-time substitute for Jonathan Woodgate.