Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Joe Hart plays as a goalkeeper for England national football team

Joseph Charles John "Joe" Hart is an English footballer who plays goalkeeper for the England national team and club Manchester City, who was born on April 19, 1987 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Hart School in Oxon Primary School and then went on to Meole Brace School Science College, Shrewsbury. At the age of 11 years he has played for the club's first team squad for Shrewsbury Town on February 1, 2003. Hart made his debut with the senior club on April 20, 2004 the day before the 17th birthday and playing full-time Gravesend and Northfleet against. In the 2005-2006 season, Hart made a step into the first team and the goalie choice for club and played 46 league games filled with 55 records being broken. Although they conceded a lot, but he won praise for his personal appearance and in October 2005 as a substitute against Poland goalkeeper for the U-19. On February 7, 2006, Hart was announced as the top player in the League Two PFA Fans' Player of the Month Awards for January 2006 and the fans voted him as the best player in the division via the PFA's website. At PFA Awards March 23, 2006, Hart has been elected as League Two's best Goalkeeper for 2005-06 by his fellow professionals, earning him a place in the PFA League Two Team of the Year. Hart prepare for the fifth appearance for the England Under-19 Championship qualifying campaign for UEFA Elite U-19 and England's failure in the match against Serbia-Montenegro. On May 22, 2006, Manchester City to pay the value of £ 600,000 for Hart and rising to £ 1,500,000 with a clause that is not disclosed. He made his debut for Manchester City on October 14, 2006 during the match against Sheffield and survive without conceding a goal. Hart spent the month of January 2007 as a goalkeeper loan to League One club Tranmere Rovers and made six appearances with eight goals conceded as much. In April 2007, he joined Blackpool as the keeper of the loan. Even when he appears, Blackpool won five matches including a match against Swansea in the final. After success as a goalkeeper on loan at Blackpool, Hart returned to Manchester City and played against Newcastle and he was mentioned as one of the talented goalkeeper for England. Several months later, Hart made his debut for England against Trinidad-Tobago on June 1, 2008 and in October he signed a new contract for five years. In the 2009-2010 season, Hart became the goalkeeper for Birmingham and direct loans made his debut with a defeat against Manchester United at the start of the season. He was elected to Birmingham City's Player of the Year for 2009-10 and was nominated for the 2010 PFA Young Player of the Year award but the award was won by Milner, but he secured a place in the PFA Team of the year. After success with Birmingham, Hart earn a place in the England squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa. In the Premier League, he survived without conceding a goal against Liverpool and the club became the first goalkeeper but he conceded a goal against Sunderland via a penalty kick. Hart managed to help the club overcome Manchester United in the FA Cup Semi-final and final defeat in Stroke City, he was also able to put his club in the Champions League qualification for the first time. Hart was awarded the Barclays Golden Glove award for the 2010-2011 season the Premier League. Hart's career with the England national team as selected in the squad for the U-19 at EURO 2007 and the full play against Turkey. He became the first choice for the U-21 in the final round of EURO 2009. He played in the initial group stage matches. Hart conceded 3 goals after extra time in the semifinal against Sweden. After becoming a regular in the England squad for the U-21, Hart got the call to play for the senior England squad and started in a friendly against the United States and Trinidad-Tobago. He did not play against the United States but only began his debut against Trinidad-Tobago on June 1, 2008 at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. Hart got the call again to defend England against the Czech Republic on August 20, 2008 but did not play and called again for the friendly against Brazil. Although he came in the final squad for the England national team for World Cup 2010 South Africa, but he did not play. Hart appeared in a friendly against Hungary. He was given the opportunity in a competitive match in Euro 2012 qualifying win against Bulgaria at Wembley. [read more]