Monday, February 27, 2012

Adam Johnson known plays for football England as a winger

Adam Johson is an English footballer who was born in Sunderland, England on July 14, 1987 who played on the wing for the Premier League club Manchester City. He is a product of the Middlesbrough youth academy and began to be known since making his debut at the age of 17 years in the UEFA Cup match. Johson has played as many as 119 games for Middlesbrough, After also playing with Leeds United and Watford. He also played and won nine championships at senior level. Johson also played in the middle of the field and have the speed and agility in playing. Although Johson was born in Sunderland but he is a fan of Newcastle United. Manchester City coach even said that Johson is the British answer to Giggs. Johson has scored 2 goals in the match at Wembley school and he became one great little player. He also played for Cheveland Juniors Football Club and attended Easington Comprehensive School. Johson's football career began at the senior level when he plays for Middlesbrough in the years 2004-2010, but in 2006 was loaned to Leeds United for one season in 2007 and continuing well into Watford on loan. While in Watford, Johson scored 5 goals in 12 appearances. Later he returned to Middlesbrough and moved to Manchester City in 2010. During play at Manchester City he has scored 10 goals in 65 appearances. Johson was able to score an additional period is still playing for the club. Johson career with the England national team when he played for the U-19 in 2006-2007. Later in the year 2007-2009, Johson capped England Under-21 and scored 4 goals in 19 appearances. In 2010 he had joined the English senior national team and has scored 2 goals. If Johson was called to strengthen the senior England again it can still add to the collection goals. [read more]