Joe Hart Life Story

Joe Hart 
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Full Name: Charles Joseph John Hart
Place of Birth: Shrewsbury, England
Date of Birth: 19 April 1987
Nationality: British
Position: Goalkeeper
Playing at the Club: Manchester City

Player Profile

Charles Joseph John Hart or more commonly called Joe Hart is a professional football player who came from England. He was born on April 19, 1987 in Shrewsbury, England. Currently it includes a retainer of the club Manchester City and played at the goalkeeper position. Besides, he also includes one member of the England players.

Club career

Shrewsbury Town

Hart was born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire and Oxon Primary School, followed by the Meole Brace School Science College in Shrewsbury, where he was Head Boy at the end of the year while he was still a pupil at the school 11 years., He's first team squad for the trip to his hometown club, Shrewsbury Town, Exeter City on February 1, 2003. He is a substitute that is not played on that occasion and fulfill that role more than Rochdale at Gay Meadow on March 1, 2003, there were still six weeks short of 16 years. This results in the final match victory at Shrewsbury season culminating in relegation to the Conference. During the season spent in Shrewsbury Conference, Hart made his senior debut on 20 April 2004, the day after the 17th birthday. He played the full 90 minutes in a game against Gravesend & Northfleet. Four days later, he admitted three in Morecambe.

Hart did not play again until April next year, because the goalkeeper Scott Howie dominated task. With Shrewsbury back in the Football League (newly renamed League Two) and fighting, Hart played six matches, conceding four goals.
From the beginning of the 2005-06 season, Hart made a step into the first team, and became the club's first choice goalkeeper, claiming the number 1 shirt. He played 46 league games full season, conceding 55 goals. Although they conceded more than one goal per game, Hart won praise for his personal appearance, won his first England Under-19 caps in October 2005, as a substitute against Poland.

Hart also found admirers in the Premier League, with several top-flight scouts attending the game. On 30 November 2005, the Shropshire Star newspaper reported that Everton goalkeeping coach Chris Woods had attended the previous league match Town, losing 4-3 at Rochdale. boss Gary Peters said: "Everton had been watching him, but you could say the same about Arsenal, Chelsea and every other team in the Premiership". Speculation about his future hold for this season, and with the presence of their goalkeeping coach Tim Flowers in a game, Manchester City became the most likely of its applicants.
On February 7, 2006, Hart was announced as the top player in the League Two PFA Fans 'Player' Award for the Month in January 2006. Football fans voted him the best player in the division through the PFA's website. PFA Awards at a ceremony on March 23, 2006, it was announced that Hart has been selected as the best goalkeeper for League Two 2005-06 by fellow professionals, earning him a place in the League Two PFA Team of the Year.

Manchester City

With Hart in Belgium preparing to make a fifth appearance for the England U19 team, in qualifying for the Elite Championship 2006 U-19 UEFA, announced that his move to Manchester City has completed.England lost the match to Serbia and Montenegro and failed to qualify.
On May 22, 2006, the City paid £ 600,000 for the initial Hart, an increase of £ 1.5 million achieved if the clause is kept secret. Hart made his debut for City on October 14, 2006 after injury ruled out Andreas Isaksson and Nicky Weaver for Premier League match against Sheffield United. He kept a clean sheet in a match which finished goalless.

Hart spent the entire month of January 2007 on loan to League One club Tranmere Rovers. He made 6 appearances and conceded 8 goals. He then called in the first squad then-club manager Stuart Pearce in part-time role as coach of England Under-21, along with another goalkeeper uncapped at U21 level, Ben Alnwick. He did not choose to start the game on February 6, 2007 against Spain, but came on as a substitute at the end of the game.

On April 2007, Hart joined Blackpool loan as cover for the injured trio of Rhys Evans, Paul Rachubka and Lewis Edge. He kept a clean sheet in a 2-0 win for Blackpool at Huddersfield Town on April 9, 2007, in his first match for the Seasiders. Blackpool won five games in which Hart appears, including the 6-3 win at Swansea City in the final game.

Back to Manchester City

After returning from a successful loan at Blackpool, the former Manchester City manager Sven-Göran Eriksson, named Hart as number 1 Manchester City ahead of Andreas Isaksson. After his performance against Newcastle United, Eriksson touted as "one of the biggest talents in the country as a goalkeeper", and that it has the potential to be a future England international.

Just a few months later, he made his England debut against Trinidad and Tobago on June 1, 2008. In October, he was appointed to Shropshire Schools & Colleges Football Association Hall of Fame along with good friend and former teammate David Edwards in recognition of their achievements.Later that month, he signed a new five-year contract.

After the departure of Isaksson to PSV Eindhoven, Hart took the vacant number 1 jersey when the official squad numbers for the 2008-09 season were announced. However, his position as first choice goalkeeper Shay Given was taken by the time the Irishman's arrival at the club in January 2009.

The loan to Birmingham City

Having not played a game for City since the arrival Given that, rumors began to emerge from a loan move from Manchester. Stuart Taylor secured the town transfer from Aston Villa on 23 June 2009, paving the way for Hart to go. Manager Mark Hughes has been hesitant about allowing players to go out on loan because he did not want to sanction a permanent transfer. [Citation needed] The next day it was announced that Hart would spend the Premier League 2009-10 season on loan at newly-promoted Birmingham City. He made his debut in Birmingham opening game of the season, a 1-0 defeat away to Manchester United At the beginning of the season, Hart made a mistake that cost his side a goal and clean sheet against Manchester City Maik Taylor. , A game that Hart was not eligible, Alex McLeish left with the option of choosing dilemma.McLeish Hart, who kept his place in the starting eleven as the Birmingham club went on record-12-match unbeaten run in the Premier League divisionand set fielding records with the starting eleven together for nine consecutive games. His performance improved: against Chelsea in December, he was "not only showed keen judgment and reflexes, making three incredible rescue ... but also a lack of fear", though requiring staples in his head gashed leg sustained when diving at Salomon Kalou Hart was elected Birmingham City players for the year. 2009-10, and was nominated for PFA Player of the Year 2010 with a young Wayne Rooney, Cesc Fàbregas and James Milner. Although Milner won the award, Hart earn a place in the PFA Team of the Year.

Back to Manchester City

After a successful spell at Birmingham City, which earned him a place in the England squad for World Cup 2010 in South Africa. Hart was chosen ahead Shay Given to start the 2010-11 season opening game against Tottenham Hotspur. He produced the performance of man-of-the match, saving a lot of challenges, including a shot deflected effort from Benoît Assou-Ekotto, who help the City to draw the game 0-0. Hart also kept a clean sheet in a 3 -0 win over Manchester City, Liverpool, where he was first choice goalkeeper and getting better conserve, enhance his reputation even further. Hart conceded his first goal this season from the penalty by Darren Bent with a 0-1 defeat at Sunderland.

Hart helped his team overcome Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final with an excellent result save to deny Dimitar Berbatov's opening goal. The match ended 1-0 to City, thanks to goals scored by Yaya Toure. Hart still another clean sheet against Tottenham Hotspur to get his team a place in Champions League qualifying round for the first time, and one in the FA Cup final in which Manchester City beat Stoke 1-0 with a goal from Yaya Toure.

Hart was awarded the Barclays Golden Glove award for most clean sheets in the Premier League 2010-2011 season. He also broke the club record for Manchester City for the most clean sheets during the season (29) previously held by Nicky Weaver (26, but while this team two divisions lower). At the official Manchester City Hart was awarded the performance of the season for an excellent performance against Tottenham Hotspur in August 2010.

International career

Hart was chosen by Stuart Pearce in England early U-21 squad for Euro 30, 2007, and then make the final 23. At the end of the friendly team before the final, Hart was selected to the first U-21 started, and played the full 90 minutes in a 5-0 win over Turkey at Carrow Road. However, Hart took part in the final, with Scott Carson played in all four UK supplies.

Hart was recalled to the U21s and the first choice in the finals of Euro 2009. He started the first two group stage matches and was rested for the last match as England already sealed its passage to the knock-out stage. In the semifinal against Sweden, he conceded three goals in the second half when the game ended 3-3 after extra time but he made up for it by saving a penalty and scored another as England won 5-4 on penalties. But he was suspended for the final after controversially yellow-carded for leaving the line to speak with Mikael Lustig as the Swede stepped in to take a penalty.

Senior team

After becoming a regular in the England Under-21 squad, Hart called by Fabio Capello to the full England squad for friendlies against USA and Trinidad and Tobago. An unused substitute against the United States, he made his debut against Trinidad and Tobago, on June 1, 2008 at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain. He came on at half time for David James with England 2-0 up, eventually running out 3-0 winners.However, Hart senior England debut did not get a bonus which is expected to Shrewsbury Town for £ 500,000 from Manchester City, as it was negotiated in the transfer in 2006, because it is not a competitive match.
Hart received a second call-up by Fabio Capello to face the Czech Republic on August 20, 2008, but not taken. Hart was called into the England squad ahead for drop-out of Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Paul Robinson. On 8 November 2009, he called for a friendly against Brazil.
Hart was named in Capello's squad while 30-man for the 2010 World Cup. [36] Hart played the second half of the second warm-England game, replacing Robert James Green against Mexico and against Japan, and kept a clean sheet in every case. All three goalkeepers, Hart, Green, and James, were included in the final 23-man selection.

Hart did not feature in the World Cup but from England's next match, a friendly against Hungary, to get a fourth cap. He admits his first England goal in a state of doubt when the ball does not seem to have crossed the line from the deflection of Phil Jagielka, and making an important save-from Zoltan Gera as England won 2-1 Hart is given first. competitive cap in Euro 2012, won 4-0 v Bulgaria at Wembley, made three important rescue, one of which he palms away and prepare a counter attack for the purpose of the UK. He won two caps in the World League Friendlys against Spain, to keep clean sheets in a British victory, and against Sweden, once again keep a clean sheet for the British victory 1-0.
In February 2012, some experts playersand Hart backed for England captain quotes show a strong and positive image.

Career journey

Junior Career:
* Shrewsbury Town

Senior career:
2003-2006: Shrewsbury Town
2006-Now: Manchester City
2007 → Tranmere Rovers (loan)
2007 → Blackpool (loan)
2009-2010 → Birmingham City (loan)

Career coach:
2005-2007: England U19
2007-2009: England U21
2008-Sekarng: England

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