Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wanderers: 2004–2006, Tottenham Hotspur F.C. Personal Life. Player of the Year, Tottenham Hotspur F.C. He played 30 times for the England national football team, scoring 7 goals. [14] On 10 February 2007, he scored his first career hat-trick against Leyton Orient. [4], Anderton was signed as an apprentice by Portsmouth manager Alan Ball, coming to prominence at 18 when he scored at Anfield in an FA Youth Cup match against Liverpool which ended 2–2. Geb./Alter: Berater: Anderton left Birmingham on a free transfer after one year and reunited with Glenn Hoddle at Wolverhampton Wanderers, signing a one-year deal at the start of the 2005–06 season. In all, he appeared in 364 games for Spurs, scoring 51 goals. LIVE: Retten 10 Lauterer den Punkt gegen Rostock? Anderton continued to struggle badly with injuries for the rest of that season, missing out on a World Cup place. These were: vs Czech Republic (18 November 1998) by Glenn Hoddle, vs France (10 February 1999) by Howard Wilkinson, vs France (2 September 2000) by Kevin Keegan, vs Italy (15 November 2000) by Peter Taylor and vs Sweden (10 November 2001) by Sven-Göran Eriksson. [16] In his last match, versus Chester, Anderton bowed out of football with a fairytale finish, as he scored the winning goal with a spectacular volley in the 88th minute after coming on as a substitute in the second half of the game.[17]. Anderton and Beckham were the England heroes as they both scored spectacular goals. S04-Schock: Positiver Corona-Test im Kader, Nächster Schalke-Schock: Corona-Fall im Profikader, Gladbach will sich gegen Donezk "endlich belohnen", Donezk-Trainer erwartet großes Spiel gegen Gladbach, VfL-Manager Schmadtke: Zuschauer "frühestens im März/April", Infantino weiter in Quarantäne: "Leichte Symptome", Mit diesem Kader reist der FC Bayern nach Salzburg. LIVE: TSG und Union wollen oben dran bleiben. In the summer of 2003 Portsmouth and West Ham made attempts to sign him, but Anderton opted against a move. Injuries then limited Anderton's international appearances considerably. The following year Anderton won the League Cup with Tottenham, and signed a new reported £24,000-week contract in March. Following a pre-season friendly with Portsmouth in July 2007, Portsmouth boss Harry Redknapp heaped praise on Anderton, telling the Bournemouth Daily Echo: "In the right team and with the right players around him, I honestly think he could still be playing in the Premiership".[15]. However, on 4 December 2008, Anderton announced he would retire on 7 December 2008, one day after his last game for club against Chester City. Where is Darren Anderton now? Darren Anderton former footballer from England Right Midfield last club: AFC Bournemouth * Mar 3, 1972 in Southampton, England He played 30 times for the England national football team, scoring 7 goals. [5], After a slow start, Anderton settled at Tottenham, playing as a striker, forming part of an exciting attacking trio along with Teddy Sheringham and the young Nick Barmby.

That summer the new Leeds United boss Terry Venables tried to recruit Anderton, but he turned down the move out of loyalty to Tottenham. [6], Despite missing most of the 1995–96 season through injury, Anderton played an important part in the Euro 96 England team that reached the semi-finals and included Paul Gascoigne, Alan Shearer, Steve McManaman and Teddy Sheringham. – Hall of Fame inductees, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Football: Anderton cheers before the jeers", "Darren Anderton regrets snubbing Manchester United move in 1995", "Hosts denied by Germany in epic semi-final", "Bournemouth vs Scunthorpe - Football League One - Live MatchCentre", "Darren Anderton: Games by season 1990/91", "Darren Anderton: Games by season 1991/92", "Games played by Darren Anderton in 2004/2005", "Games played by Darren Anderton in 2005/2006", "Games played by Darren Anderton in 2006/2007", "Games played by Darren Anderton in 2007/2008", "Games played by Darren Anderton in 2008/2009", "Darren Robert Anderton - International Appearances",, England under-21 international footballers, Short description is different from Wikidata, BLP articles lacking sources from December 2008, Pages using national squad without sport or team link, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only, This page was last edited on 12 September 2020, at 18:22. [12] His contract was not renewed at season's end. Anderton made his full league debut against Wolverhampton Wanderers in a 0–0 draw, making 20 appearances in the 1990–91 season. [10] He played 24 times for Wolves, scoring once in the league against Sheffield Wednesday. Santini went on to last a grand total of 13 games at the club.
[8] After being sidelined during Euro 2000 with an Achilles tendon injury,[9] an extended run of fitness saw Anderton vying for a permanent place in the national team again. He was keen to remain at the club and was promised a new contract by David Pleat but the club, under the advice of incoming manager Jacques Santini, reneged. Verstärkung gesucht: Jetzt bei bewerben! His performances soon drew the attention of bigger clubs and after an impressive FA Cup run, during which he scored in a semi-final clash with Liverpool, he joined Tottenham Hotspur for £1.75 million in 1992. Renowned as a player of huge potential, Anderton's career was constantly frustrated by injury earning him the nickname "Sicknote"[3] which was coined by Portsmouth goalkeeper Andy Gosney. Anderton signed a new one-year contract with Bournemouth at the start of the 2008/09 season which would have taken him past his 37th birthday. Tottenham Hotspur legend Darren Anderton retired from playing in December 2008 after a two-year spell at League One side Bournemouth. In the second round against Argentina, England went on to lose on penalties. Rechtes Mittelfeld. Anderton remained at Tottenham until the summer of 2004. Anderton started his career in the Southampton Tyro League and played for Itchen Saints during a successful period for the side. Like many famous people and celebrities, Darren Anderton keeps his personal life private. Um die Seite nutzen zu können, schalten Sie bitte Ihr Javascript ein. Darren Anderton ehemaliger Fußballspieler aus England Rechtes Mittelfeld zuletzt bei AFC Bournemouth * 03.03.1972 in Southampton, England His best moment for the Blues was scoring the winner in the 1–0 victory over Liverpool at Anfield. 03.03.1972 (48), Geburtsort: Hoddle later said in his World Cup Diary that he thought Anderton was equally as good as Beckham at crossing and was a better defender. Winding up his career in the lower leagues, he scored the winning goal for Bournemouth with a spectacular volley in his last ever professional game after coming off the bench in the 88th minute. Hoddle said he had waited 18 months to play Beckham and Anderton together on the right side of midfield. He played in England's 1–1 draw away to France in September 2000 and also featured against Italy the following November. [11] He also scored in a 5–1 win over Chester City in the League Cup. Darren Robert Anderton (born 3 March 1972) is an English former footballer who spent most of his career with Tottenham Hotspur as a midfielder. Hier sollte eine Beschreibung angezeigt werden, diese Seite lässt dies jedoch nicht zu. His first team debut came against Cardiff City in the second round of the League Cup in October 1990 as a substitute for youth team colleague Darryl Powell. In the summer of 2001 Anderton was heavily linked with a move to Liverpool but he remained at Tottenham and his good form for Glenn Hoddle's team during the early part of the 2001–02 season earned his first call-up to Sven-Göran Eriksson's England squad for a friendly against Sweden in November. Under new manager Jim Smith, Anderton became a regular in the attacking side of the 1991–92 season, scoring his first club goal in the season opener against Blackburn Rovers. Darren Robert Anderton (born 3 March 1972) is an English former footballer who spent most of his career with Tottenham Hotspur as a midfielder. In 2013, he was unveiled as the honorary president of Arlington Spurs [1], a Tottenham Hotspur supporters club based in Arlington, Virginia, USA. Birmingham City swooped to sign Anderton on a free transfer for the 2004–05 season. It finally happened as David Batty was dropped and the now-focused Beckham was recalled for the third game against Colombia and played inside of Anderton. At the start of the 2007/08 season, Anderton was named as the new Cherries club captain by manager Kevin Bond. We will continue to update information on Darren Anderton’s parents. Anderton soon became a regular in the national side and turned down a move to Manchester United in the summer of 1995 following an exciting season spent playing with the likes of Jürgen Klinsmann at Tottenham, a decision that he later regretted. Anderton has been promised a testimonial but this is yet to materialise. Anderton spearheaded a survival bid at the end of the season, with the Cherries winning six of the seven last games, but, ultimately, a 1–1 draw with Carlisle on the final day saw Bournemouth relegated to League Two. Hauptposition : Letzte Änderung : Transfererlöse gesamt . England. In the semi final against Germany, the match went to golden goal extra time. [13], On 8 September 2006, Anderton joined League One club AFC Bournemouth on a 'pay-as-you-play' basis, scoring a spectacular 40-yard free kick on his first-team debut against Scunthorpe. Darren Anderton’s mother’s name is unknown at this time and his father’s name is under review. His potential was evident and he was soon scouted and playing youth football at professional clubs. Southampton, Position: He made a bright start to the 2003/04 season, scoring against Tottenham's bitter rivals Arsenal.
Anderton came within inches of putting England into the final when his shot hit the post.[7]. View the player profile of Midfielder Darren Anderton, including statistics and photos, on the … Bournemouth were deducted 10 points earlier in the season for going into administration and had this not happened they would have finished in a respectable 15th. Nationalspieler:

Anderton was again selected by Eriksson for England's next game, a friendly against Holland, in February 2002. Base Soccer Agency ... Ehem. Anderton has worked as the in-studio analyst for Canadian network TSN's coverage of Euro 2012.