Joe Hart
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Personal information
Full name Charles Joseph John Hart
Date of birth 19 April 1987 (1987-04-19) (age 33)
Place of birth    Shrewsbury, Flag of England England
Height 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current club Flag of England Tottenham Hotspur
Number 12
Youth clubs
2002–2003 Flag of England Shrewsbury Town
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2003–2006
2006–
2007
2007
2009–2010
2016–2017
2017–2018
2018–2020
2020–
Flag of England Shrewsbury Town
Flag of England Manchester City
Flag of EnglandTranmere Rovers (loan)
Flag of EnglandBlackpool (loan)
Flag of EnglandBirmingham City (loan)
Flag of ItalyTorino (loan)
Flag of EnglandWest Ham United (loan)
Flag of England Burnley
Flag of England Tottenham Hotspur
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National team
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2007–2009
2008–2017
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Charles Joseph John Hart (born 19 April 1987) is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League. With over 100 Premier League clean sheets, Hart holds the record for the most Premier League Golden Glove awards (four) and has amassed 75 international caps since his debut in 2008.

He began his career at his hometown club Shrewsbury Town in the Football Conference and League Two. In 2006, he moved up to the Premier League with Manchester City, having attracted the attention of several other top-flight teams. In his first season, he spent time on loan at Tranmere Rovers and Blackpool. Hart moved on loan to Birmingham City for the 2009–10 season, during which he was nominated for the PFA Young Player of the Year and was voted as the Premier League goalkeeper of the season in recognition of his performances. He returned to Manchester City for the 2010–11 season and won the Golden Glove for keeping the most clean sheets throughout the Premier League season. Hart replicated this feat in the 2011–12 season as Manchester City won the Premier League title. He won the Golden Glove for the third year in a row the following season, and won again in 2012–13 for his fourth in five years. In between, Hart won a second Premier League title with Manchester City in 2013–14.

With the arrival of new manager Pep Guardiola at Manchester City in 2016, Hart became the second-choice goalkeeper and made only one appearance in the Champions League before moving on loan to Torino and West Ham United in successive seasons. In August 2018, he moved to Burnley on a permanent transfer after injuries to the clubs two regular goalkeepers. When they returned from injury, Hart again found himself in the role of backup and he left the club at the end of his contract in June 2020. In August 2020, Hart signed with Tottenham Hotspur on a two-year deal.

A former regular for England at Under-21 level, Hart made his senior international debut in June 2008, and was recognised as England's first-choice goalkeeper from 2010 to 2017. He has gained over 70 caps and was selected in England's squads for two FIFA World Cupsand as many UEFA European Championships.

Honours

Club

Manchester City

Individual

External links

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Tottenham Hotspur F.C. squad - 2020–21

1 Lloris · 2 Doherty · 3 Reguilón · 4 Alderweireld · 5 Højbjerg · 6 Sánchez · 7 Son · 8 Winks · 9 Bale · 10 Kane · 11 Lamela · 12 Hart · 14 Rodon · 15 Dier · 17 Sissoko · 18 Lo Celso · 20 Alli · 21 Foyth · 22 Gazzaniga · 23 Bergwijn · 24 Aurier · 25 Tanganga · 27 Lucas · 28 Ndombele · 30 Gedson · 33 Davies · 41 Whiteman · 45 Vinícius · 47 Clarke ·  Rose ·

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England – 2007 UEFA Euro (Under-21)

1. Carson 2. Hoyte 3. Baines 4. Taylor 5. Ferdinand 6. Cahill 7. Reo-Coker 9. Richardson 10. Nugent 11. Young 12. Routledge 13. Hart 14. Rosenior 15. Milner 16. Lita 17. Huddlestone 18. Noble 19. Derbyshire 20. Onuoha 21. Vaughan 22. Alnwick 23. Whittingham

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England – 2009 UEFA Euro (Under-21)

1. Hart 2. Cranie 3. Taylor 4. Cattermole 5. Stearman 6. Onuoha 7. Milner 8. Gardner 9. Agbonlahor 10. Noble 11. Johnson 12. Muamba 13. Lewis 14. Walcott 15. Rodwell 16. Tomkins 17. Richards 18. Mancienne 19. Gibbs 20. Driver 21. Campbell 22. Loach 23. Rose

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England – 2010 FIFA World Cup – Knockout stage

1. James 2. Johnson 3. A. Cole 4. Gerrard 5. Dawson 6. Terry 7. Lennon 8. Lampard 9. Crouch 10. Rooney 11. J. Cole 12. Green 13. Warnock 14. Barry 15. Upson 16. Milner 17. Wright-Phillips 18. Carragher 19. Defoe 20. King 21. Heskey 22. Carrick 23. Hart

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England – UEFA Euro 2012

1. Hart 2. Johnson 3. Cole 4. Gerrard (c) 5. Kelly 6. Terry 7. Walcott 8. Henderson 9. Carroll 10. Rooney 11. Young 12. Baines 13. Green 14. Jones 15. Lescott 16. Milner 17. Parker 18. Jagielka 19. Downing 20. Chamberlain 21. Defoe 22. Welbeck 23. Butland

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England – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Group stage

1. Hart 2. Johnson 3. Baines 4. Gerrard (c) 5. Cahill 6. Jagielka 7. Wilshere 8. Lampard 9. Sturridge 10. Rooney 11. Welbeck 12. Smalling 13. Foster 14. Henderson 15. Chamberlain 16. Jones 17. Milner 18. Lambert 19. Sterling 20. Lallana 21. Barkley 22. Forster 23. Shaw

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England – UEFA Euro 2016 – Round of 16

1. Hart 2. Walker 3. Rose 4. Milner 5. Cahill 6. Smalling 7. Sterling 8. Lallana 9. Kane 10. Rooney 11. Vardy 12. Clyne 13. Forster 14. Henderson 15. Sturridge 16. Stones 17. Dier 18. Wilshere 19. Barkley 20. Alli 21. Bertrand 22. Rashford 23. Heaton

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