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Nick Barmby

Nick Barmby
Complete Name: Nicholas Jonathan Barmby
Nationality: English
Place of Birth: Hull, England
Date of Birth: 11/02/1974
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 71 kg
National Team: England
Current Club: Hull City (England)
Position: Attacking Midfielder,Forward


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Club career history

Tottenham (England), Middlesbrough (England), Everton (England), Liverpool (England), Leeds United (England)


2001 League Cup winner (Liverpool)
2001 Charity Shield winner (Liverpool)


Nick Barmby (born 11th February, 1974 in Hull, England) is an English footballer who has amassed a total of 23 caps for his country.

Growing up on the west side of Hull, he played for local teams Springhead and National Tigers as a boy, showing huge talent from a very early age. Consequently, he ended his education at the local Wolfreton School early in order to complete his studies at the FA's School Of Excellence, while also honing his skills for the professional game. His father, Jeff Barmby, was also a player in his younger days and became his son's advisor and agent as clubs began to court him.

Barmby eventually decided to sign for Tottenham Hotspur F.C., where he quickly became a favourite of Terry Venables. After 100 starts and 27 goals he left the Spurs for Middlesbrough F.C. who paid a record 5.25 million for his services.

He stayed at Middlesbrough for just one and a half seasons before heading to Everton F.C., who paid a record 5.75 million for him. He stayed there for four seasons before doing the unthinkable, and heading across Stanley Park for Liverpool F.C. who paid 6 million for him.

He was the first player since 1959 to do this. He was involved in Liverpool's treble-winning season of 2000-2001 at Anfield, scoring 10 goals in total (including one against his previous employers Everton in the Merseyside derby). Persistent injury and lack of form prompted his sale to Terry Venables' side at Leeds United for 2.75 million. It was there that he finished his top flight career. He now plays for his boyhood club Hull City.

His England career stretched to 13 starts and 10 substitute appearances accounting for 4 goals, including the first goals of Sven-Goran Eriksson's reign as England manager in a 3-0 victory over Spain at Villa Park, Birmingham. He also played in England's historic 5-1 away victory over rivals Germany.

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