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Peter Crouch

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Peter Crouch

Born

1/30/1981, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom

Birth Name

Peter James Crouch

Gender

Male

Also Known As

Crouch
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Peter Crouch is a English footballer who currently plays as a striker for the Premier League club Stoke City. He was also a part of the England national football team from 2005 to 2010. His youth career began in 1995 and ended in 1998 when he began his…more

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  • Trivia

    • When he was with Liverpool they won the FA Cup (2006), the Community Shield (2006) and became Champions League runners-up (2007).

    • When he was with Norwich City they became champions of the Football League First Division (2003–04).

    • He was Stoke City Player of the Year 2012.

    • He was Southampton Player of the Season 2005.

    • He was Portsmouth Player of the Season 2002.

    • His currently playing for Stoke City with the number 25.

    • His favourite karaoke song is "Blame It on the Boogie" by Michael Jackson, he performed this on his second appearance on A League of Their Own (series 5, episode 2).

    • Crouch has said his top 3 footballers of all time are Lionel Messi, Diego Maradona and Marco van Basten.

    • International football career (appearances [goals])



      • 2002 to 2003: England under-21 (6 [1])
      • 2006: England B team (1 [0])
      • 2005 to 2010: England (42 [22])

    • Club football senior career (appearances [goals])


      • 1998 to 2000: Tottenham Hotspur (0 [0])
      • 2000 (on loan): Dulwich Hamlet (6 [1])
      • 2000 (on loan): IFK Hässleholm (8 [3])
      • 2000 to 2001: Queens Park Rangers (47 [12])
      • 2001 to 2002: Portsmouth (39 [19])
      • 2002 to 2004: Aston Villa (43 [6])
      • 2003 (on loan): Norwich City (15 [4])
      • 2004 to 2005: Southampton (33 [16])
      • 2005 to 2008: Liverpool (134 [42])
      • 2008 to 2009: Portsmouth (49 [16])
      • 2009 to 2011: Tottenham Hotspur (93 [24])
      • 2011 onward: Stoke City (169 [44]; as of 12 March 2016)

    • Club football youth career



      • 1995 to 1998: Tottenham Hotspur

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