|Full name||Michael Hazard|
|Date of birth||5 February 1960|
|Place of birth||Sunderland, England|
|Playing position||Central midfielder|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Growing up in Sunderland, Hazard began playing football with his friends and later joining his local school team. During one of these matches, he was spotted by a scout from London based club Tottenham Hotspur but was too young to be offered a trial.
He was initially invited to train with Spurs when aged 14 and continued to have week long sessions with the club until, aged 16, he moved to London to join the youth squad as an apprentice. Liable to bouts of homesickness, Hazard ran home six times during the next two years until finally settling at the club.
Hazard signed a professional contract with Spurs and made his League debut in a 3–0 victory versus Everton on 19 April 1980 aged 20.
Hazard was transferred to Chelsea in September 1985 for £300,000 and would remain at the club for the next five years, one of the team that won the 1986 Full Members Cup Final. He moved to Portsmouth in January 1990 before signing for Swindon Town in September 1990 for £130,000.
Hazard became an influential player in Swindon's play-off winning season of 1992–93 under Glenn Hoddle which saw them promoted to the Premier League. He was sold back to Tottenham in November 1993 for £50,000, where he would stay until his retirement on 23 April 1995.
He has said of his role at Crystal Palace – "I got my trophies and a whole sackful of terrific memories and now I've moved on helping the kids, and I love it. Playing was great but I still get the biggest buzz from seeing my lads do the best they can."
In July 2009, Hazard signed for Sevenoaks and District Football League team Dunton Green, adding "You never lose that buzz to want to play the game of football."
In July 2011 it was announced that Micky would be assisting Chigwell Athletic in an advisory role alongside director of football Ben Richman. In the summer of 2014, he became Manager of South Midlands League side Hadley.
- Tottenham Hotspur
- Swindon Town
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- In the summer of 2014, he became Manager of South Midlands League side Hadley. "Hazard drafted in to boost Chigwell's Premier push". The Jewish Chronicle. 25 July 2011. Retrieved 18 April 2012.
- "Hazard drafted in to boost Chigwell's Premier push". The Jewish Chronicle. 25 July 2011. Retrieved 18 April 2012.
- Micky Hazard career stats at Soccerbase
- Player Profile – Swindon-Town-FC.co.uk
- Player Profile – Sporting Heroes