Home > England > Premier League > Stoke City > Squad > Profile: Charlie Adam

Charlie Adam Stoke City

Profile of the Scottish footballer Charlie Adam, who currently plays as a midfielder at Stoke City. The 30-year old player Adam joined Stoke from and wears the number 16 shirt.

Charlie Adam
Stoke City badge Stoke City
        (Squad number 16)

Scotland Scotland

Charlie Adam Career
2003–2009Rangers61(13)
2004–2005Ross County (loan)11(2)
2005–2006St. Mirren (loan)29(5)
2009Blackpool (loan)13(2)
2009–2011Blackpool78(28)
2011–2012Liverpool28(2)
2012–Stoke City87(17)

2006Scotland U215(1)
2006–2007Scotland B3(0)
2007–Scotland26(0)

Charlie Adam Videos
Your Comments on Charlie Adam
Charlie Adam Photos

Beta! Some pictures may be inaccurate...

Stoke City badge
Stoke City
England Stoke-on-Trent, England

Charlie Adam : Stoke City News
“Stoke City make the long trip to Stevenage as they look to bounce as he looks to blend in with his teammates after a good starting debut in the weekend. Charlie Adam might get a rare start alongside him in the double-pivot.”
 the4thofficial.net 6 days ago
“Stoke start the night some 70 league places above their League Two hosts – but taking nothing for granted after being taken to penalties up the road at Luton 12 months ago.”
 TheSentinel 6 days ago
“Stoke are therefore set to take an unchanged squad to the Lamex Stadium on Tuesday, though Mark Hughes is likely to make a number of changes to the starting line-up after the defeat to Pep Guardiola's City.”
 MSN 7 days ago
“Mark Hughes' Stoke City must recover from defeat to Manchester City to fend changes to the starting lineup with the likes of Marc Muniesa, Geoff Cameron, Charlie Adam, Jonathan Walters and Peter Crouch, all of whom were on the bench against Manchester”
 espnfc.com 7 days ago
“It looks like Stoke will take an unchanged squad from the one which lost 4-1 at Manchester City to Broadhall Way. However, there are expected to be several changes to the starting line up.”
 Eat Sleep Sport 7 days ago
“Assistant manager Mark Bowen insists Stoke City are not taking Stevenage lightly as they prepare to the starting line up with the likes of Marc Muniesa, Geoff Cameron, Charlie Adam, Jonathan Walters and Peter Crouch, all of whom were on the bench”
 Daily Mail 7 days ago
“Assistant manager Mark Bowen insists Stoke are not taking Stevenage Geoff Cameron, Charlie Adam, Jonathan Walters and Peter Crouch, all of whom were on the bench against Manchester City at the weekend, likely to be involved.”
 Football 7 days ago
“Just as it seemed as if a rather turgid clash with Bournemouth was drifting aimlessly towards a drab stalemate, the former Reading, Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest winger rose above Charlie Daniels draw against Stoke City, broke the deadlock”
 International Business Times 8 days ago
“Alan McInally reflects on Pep Guardiola's first away match in the Premier League as Manchester City visited Stoke City.”
 Sporting Life 9 days ago
“Claudio Bravo looks the likely replacement at Man City. Crawford played for Rangers in League The Belfast Telegraph are reporting that Birmingham youngster Charlee Adams (No, not Charlie Adam) is close to a loan move to Rugby Park.”
 Daily Record 10 days ago
Charlie Adam Career Honours
  • Ross County: Scottish Challenge Cup runner-up: 2004
  • St. Mirren: Scottish First Division winner: 2005–06
  • St. Mirren: Scottish Challenge Cup winner: 2005–06
  • Blackpool: Championship play-off winner: 2009–10
  • Liverpool: Football League Cup winner: 2011–12
  • Championship PFA Team of the Year: 2009–10
  • Championship Player of the Month: January 2010

    Source: wikipedia.org

    Charlie Adam Wiki, Stats & Links
    List your Charlie Adam site here
    http://eurorivals.net
    Goalkeepers
    Daniel Bachmann Jakob Haugaard
    Jack Butland Shay Given
    Defenders
    Phil Bardsley Glen Johnson
    Erik Pieters Dionatan Teixeira
    Geoff Cameron Marc Muniesa
    Philipp Wollscheid Ryan Shawcross
    Midfielders
    Jonathan Walters Marko Arnautovic
    Xherdan Shaqiri Ramadan Sobhi
    Ibrahim Afellay Stephen Ireland
    Charlie Adam Joe Allen
    Glenn Whelan Giannelli Imbula
    Forwards
    Joselu Mame Diouf
    Bojan Krkic Peter Crouch