Robert Green

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Robert Green
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Green in 2010
Personal information
Full name Robert Paul Green[1]
Date of birth (1980-01-18) 18 January 1980 (age 36)[1]
Place of birth Chertsey, England
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)[1]
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current team
Leeds United
Number 1
Youth career
1992–1999 Norwich City
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1999–2006 Norwich City 223 (0)
2006–2012 West Ham United 219 (0)
2012–2016 Queens Park Rangers 121 (0)
2016– Leeds United 19 (0)
National team
1997 England U16 1 (0)
1998 England U18 2 (0)
2006 England B 1 (0)
2005–2012 England 12 (0)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10:13, 5 December 2016 (UTC).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 22:14, 17 September 2016 (UTC)

Robert Paul Green (born 18 January 1980) is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Championship club Leeds United. He has played for the England national team.

Green made his first-team debut for Norwich City in 1999 and totalled 241 appearances across all competitions for them, making the PFA Team of the Year when they won the First Division in 2003–04. In 2006, he transferred to West Ham United, making the same number of appearances in a six-year spell in which he was their Player of the Year in 2008 and won promotion via the Championship play-offs in 2012. He then moved on a free transfer to Queens Park Rangers, winning the play-offs again in 2014. In July 2016, Green joined Leeds United on a one-year contract.

Green represented England at under-16, under-18 and B level. He made his debut for the full England squad in 2005. Green was cut from England's 2006 FIFA World Cup squad due to injury but featured in the 2010 edition, in which he started the competition as England's first choice goalkeeper but was dropped after an error cost England a win against the United States. He was also in their squad for UEFA Euro 2012.

Club career[edit]

Norwich City[edit]

Born in Chertsey, Surrey, Green came through the youth system at Norwich City.[1] He made his first-team debut in the First Division on 11 April 1999, keeping a clean sheet in the 0–0 East Anglia derby draw against rivals Ipswich Town at Carrow Road.[2] However, first-team opportunities were restricted by the presence of first-choice goalkeeper Andy Marshall[3] and it was not until Marshall's departure in the summer of 2001 that Green was able to establish himself as first choice goalkeeper for Norwich.[citation needed]

He was a star of the 2001–02 season play-off campaign which culminated in a final loss to Birmingham City on penalties.[citation needed] During the extra time period of this match Green saved an effort from Geoff Horsfield from point blank range.[citation needed]

By 2003, Green was a key figure in the Norwich team.[citation needed] He played a key role in helping Norwich into the First Division championship in 2003–04 and promotion into the Premier League.[4] The Norwich number one was once again ever present, keeping another 18 clean sheets and conceding just 39 goals in 46 league appearances.[citation needed] Green put in many match winning performances during the season.[citation needed] These man of the match displays included home fixtures with Derby County and Stoke City; he pulled off a save from Gerry Taggart during the latter.[citation needed] Performances of this high standard led to his first England international call up for the friendly in March 2004 versus Sweden.[citation needed] He was also included in the PFA First Division XI for the season.[citation needed]

Norwich were relegated into the Championship the following season.[5] Green kept just 6 clean sheets and conceded 77 goals during the Premier League season despite many excellent individual performances.[citation needed] England coach Sven-Göran Eriksson continually picked Green for international squads on merit.[citation needed]

After relegation Norwich struggled to adjust back to Championship football.[citation needed] It proved to be Green's worst season as Norwich's number one, keeping just seven clean sheets in 42 league appearances.[citation needed] Green missed the last few matches of 2005–06 after he sustained an injury in the warm-up prior to the away fixture against Sheffield Wednesday.[citation needed] In August 2006, Norwich accepted a bid of up to £2 million from West Ham United for Green.[6]

West Ham United[edit]

Green playing for West Ham United in 2006

Green signed a four-year deal with West Ham United,[6] where he teamed up with former Norwich striker, Dean Ashton who had been sold to West Ham in January 2006.[citation needed] Green made his debut for West Ham on 19 October 2006 in a 1–0 defeat against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane.[7] Two of his best performances were when West Ham won 1–0 against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium[8] and against Manchester United where he helped his team to a 1–0 win,[9] which preserved West Ham's Premier League status.[citation needed] Green kept nine clean sheets in 26 appearances during the league season.[citation needed]

In 2007–08, Green saved the first three penalties taken against him. The first, against Kevin Doyle of Reading,[10] the second, Benjani of Portsmouth in injury time,[11] and the third from Tottenham’s Jermain Defoe, again in injury time.[12] The streak was ended by James McFadden of Birmingham City on 9 February 2008.[13] He played in every match and was named the West Ham Hammer of the Year with the Irons finishing in a respectable 10th place in the Premier League.[14]

Green warming up for West Ham United in 2008

In 2008–09, Green saved yet another penalty, this time on 30 August 2008 against Jason Roberts of Blackburn Rovers, West Ham then went on to win the match 4–1.[citation needed] In May 2009, Green saved a Steven Gerrard penalty, although Gerrard scored from the rebound and Liverpool won 3–0.[citation needed] Green played all 38 league matches for West Ham in that season, keeping ten clean sheets.[15] And again played in all 38 league matches for West Ham in 2009–10, keeping eight clean sheets and saving yet another penalty, this time from Aston Villa's Ashley Young in a 2–1 victory.[15]

Green made 44 appearances in all competitions during 2010–11, keeping seven clean sheets.[citation needed] He saved a penalty in a 3–1 victory over Wigan Athletic at Upton Park and then again against Stoke City in a 2–1 FA Cup defeat.[citation needed] On 19 March 2011, Green made a magnificent save against Gareth Bale's free kick in the 0–0 draw with Tottenham Hotspur.[citation needed] He was named Hammer of the Year runner-up with Scott Parker eventually winning the award.[16]

Green was sent off for the first time in his club career.[17] against Blackpool on 21 February 2012. West Ham, who had not named a substitute goalkeeper in their squad for the match, were forced to play the remainder of the second-half with midfielder Henri Lansbury in goal. They eventually won 4–1.[18] West Ham later won an appeal against the red card leaving Green available to play in their next match.[19] He played 42 of West Ham's 46 match 2011–12 Championship season playing in the play-off final at Wembley Stadium which West Ham United won, sealing their immediate return into the Premier League.[20][21] In June 2012, having failed to agree new terms with West Ham at the end of his contract, Green's departure from the club was announced.[22]

Queens Park Rangers[edit]

Green playing for Queens Park Rangers in 2014

Green agreed terms with Queens Park Rangers (QPR) on 21 June 2012, and joined on a free transfer on 1 July, on a two-year contract.[23] He made his debut on 18 August 2012 in a 5–0 home defeat by Swansea City.[24] Green played only two more matches for QPR before manager Mark Hughes signed Brazilian international Júlio César;[25] although Green played the next match against Manchester City, this was only because Júlio César's work permit was not complete[26] and the Brazilian started the following match, against Chelsea on 15 September 2012.[citation needed]

After the sacking of Hughes, new manager Harry Redknapp replaced Julio César with Green at half time during his first match in charge, against Sunderland on 27 November 2012. Green then went on to play the next five matches.[27][28][29][30][31][32] before being once again relegated to the bench[33] for most of the next 4 months, only starting three matches between 26 December and 20 April,[34] two FA Cup matches in January then coming on when Júlio César was injured in the victory over Southampton[35] and playing the following match as the Brazilian recovered. Redknapp said following Green's third successive start in the loss to Arsenal[36] that for the remainder of the season he "want[s] to play Rob Green" and that Green "will probably be [his] goalkeeper next season", as he expected Júlio César to be sold over the summer.[37] At the start of 2013–14, Green was named as first choice goalkeeper for the opening matches of the season.[38] Green was a member of the QPR team that won the 2014 Championship play-off Final, 1–0 against Derby County at Wembley Stadium on 24 May 2014.[39]

After a single season back in the Premier League, QPR were relegated after a 6–0 away defeat to Manchester City on 10 May 2015, Green's fourth relegation from the Premier League.[40] Earlier in the season, on 26 December, he saved an early penalty in an eventual 2–1 loss to Arsenal, as his teammate Eduardo Vargas pointed out which way fellow Chilean Alexis Sánchez was likely to shoot.[41]

After starting 2015–16 as QPR's first choice goalkeeper, Green was frozen out the starting line-up one match after the arrival of new manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink due to a clause in his contract triggering a contract extension if he played 30 Championship matches.[42] With QPR wanting to reduce the wage bill, Green left the club upon the expiry of his contract at the end of 2015–16, after a move to Premier League club Crystal Palace fell through in the January transfer window.[citation needed]

Leeds United[edit]

On 6 July 2016, Green signed a one-year contract with Championship club Leeds United.[43] On 7 August 2016, Green made his Leeds debut against QPR in a 3–0 defeat, in which he failed to punch a ball from a corner leading to a Sol Bamba own goal.[44] Green was the match winner in the next match on 10 August 2016 in the League Cup against Fleetwood Town, when he saved a penalty from Fleetwood's Eggert Jónsson in a 5–4 penalty shoot-out victory after a 2–2 extra-time draw [45] His first clean sheet came on 20 August 2016 in a 2-0 win against Sheffield Wednesday.[46]

International career[edit]

Green (wearing No. 12) enters the field with England before a 2010 FIFA World Cup match

Green earned his first call-up to the full England squad in 2004 while at Norwich.[47] On 31 May 2005, he became the sixth Norwich player to wear the Three Lions shirt when he appeared as a half-time substitute for David James in a 3–2 friendly win against Colombia at Giants Stadium in the United States.[48] Green remained in the England squad despite Norwich having been relegated into the Championship in 2005, and was selected for the England 2006 FIFA World Cup squad.[49] However, he ruptured his groin whilst taking a goal kick during the England B international against Belarus on 25 May.[50] He was replaced in the squad by Liverpool's Scott Carson.[51] The injury not only meant that Green missed the FIFA World Cup but also the start of 2006–07.[52]

After a prolonged absence from the international scene, Green was called up for the England "B" match in May 2007[53] and then named in the senior England squad to face Brazil and Estonia in June 2007.[54] He did not make Fabio Capello's first England team in February 2008. Green showed a sense of humour about the international situation, sporting gloves with 'England's No.6' embroidered on them.[55] He was recalled to the squad in place of the injured Chris Kirkland for England's friendly with France on 26 March 2008.[56] On 6 June 2009 Green made his first England start in their 4–0 win in Almaty against Kazakhstan in a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier.[57] He played for England against Croatia on 9 September 2009 with England securing a place in South Africa with a 5–1 victory.[citation needed] On 10 October 2009, he became the first ever England goalkeeper to be sent off, during the penultimate match of qualification against Ukraine, for a professional foul on Artem Milevskiy early in the match. England went on to lose 1–0.[58][59]

Green playing for England in 2012

Green was named in England's squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[60] Manager Fabio Capello opted not to name his first choice goalkeeper until the day of England's opening match, against the United States on 12 June, at which point he selected Green to start.[61] After England went into a 1–0 lead, Green failed to save a long-range shot from USA midfielder Clint Dempsey in the 40th minute. The incident saw the ball bounce on and off Green's gloves and go over the goal line. This is known as his World Cup mistake.[62] The match ended in a 1–1 draw.[citation needed] Following this error and an unconvincing final training session on 17 June, Green was dropped. He was replaced by David James who played in England's next match, a 0–0 draw against Algeria on 18 June.[63][64] He did not appear again in the World Cup and was omitted from the first England squad named after the tournament for a friendly against Hungary.

Green was brought back into the squad for the Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro in October 2010.[65] On 16 May 2012, new England manager Roy Hodgson named Green as part of his 23-man squad for UEFA Euro 2012.[66] On 26 May, he made his first appearance since the World Cup, and kept a clean sheet as England defeated Norway 1–0 in a friendly.[67]

Personal life[edit]

In the summer of 2008, Green climbed Mount Kilimanjaro during a charity event for AMREF (the African Medical and Research Foundation).[68] He has stated that former Stoke City reserve team goalkeeping coach Martin Phelan inspired him to become a goalkeeper after a talk at Green's primary school.[citation needed] He is a fan of Woking and cited the club's long-time custodian Laurence Batty as another goalkeeping inspiration.[69][70]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

Green warming up for West Ham United in 2009
As of match played 3 December 2016
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Norwich City 1998–99[2] First Division 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
1999–2000[71] First Division 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0
2000–01[72] First Division 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 0
2001–02[73] First Division 41 0 2 0 1 0 3[a] 0 47 0
2002–03[74] First Division 46 0 3 0 1 0 50 0
2003–04[75] First Division 46 0 1 0 1 0 48 0
2004–05[76] Premier League 38 0 1 0 2 0 41 0
2005–06[77] Championship 42 0 1 0 2 0 45 0
2006–07[78] Championship 0 0 0 0
Total 223 0 8 0 7 0 3 0 241 0
West Ham United 2006–07[78] Premier League 26 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 27 0
2007–08[79] Premier League 38 0 2 0 1 0 41 0
2008–09[80] Premier League 38 0 4 0 1 0 43 0
2009–10[81] Premier League 38 0 1 0 2 0 41 0
2010–11[82] Premier League 37 0 4 0 3 0 44 0
2011–12[83] Championship 42 0 0 0 0 0 3[b] 0 45 0
Total 219 0 11 0 8 0 3 0 241 0
Queens Park Rangers 2012–13[34] Premier League 16 0 2 0 1 0 19 0
2013–14[38] Championship 45 0 0 0 0 0 3[b] 0 48 0
2014–15[84] Premier League 36 0 0 0 0 0 36 0
2015–16[85] Championship 24 0 0 0 1 0 25 0
Total 121 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 128 0
Leeds United 2016–17[86] Championship 19 0 0 0 1 0 20 0
Career total 582 0 21 0 18 0 9 0 630 0
  1. ^ Appearance in First Division play-offs
  2. ^ a b Appearance in Championship play-offs

International[edit]

As of match played 26 May 2012[87]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
England 2005 1 0
2009 7 0
2010 3 0
2012 1 0
Total 12 0

Honours[edit]

Norwich City

West Ham United

Queens Park Rangers

Individual

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