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Profile of the English footballer Scott Parker, who currently plays as a midfielder at Fulham. The 35-year old player Parker joined Fulham from Tottenham and wears the number 8 shirt.

Scott Parker
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        (Squad number 8)

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Scott Parker Career
1997–2004Charlton Athletic128(9)
2000Norwich City (loan)6(1)
2005–2007Newcastle United55(4)
2007–2011West Ham United113(10)
2011–2013Tottenham Hotspur50(0)

1996–1997England U165(0)
1998–1999England U184(0)
2000–2002England U219(0)

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Scott Parker : Fulham News
“Every game has got to be a cup final.” O'Hara captained Fulham for the first time in their 1-0 defeat to Hull after Scott Parker was substituted, with regular vice-captain Ross McCormack watching from the sidelines after being ruled out through illness.”
 GetWestLondon 8 days ago
“There was also a captain’s performance from Scott Parker, who helped break down the attacks and played the simple ball to calm the game down to the tempo Fulham wanted to set.”
 London24 10 days ago
“The result leaves Slavisa Jokanovic's side four points above the relegation zone and O'Hara, who captained Fulham for the first time after Scott Parker was withdrawn, knows his side are in danger of the drop to League One.”
 GetWestLondon 12 days ago
“Scott Parker also saw a couple of long range shots just miss the target. And in fact it took a penalty from the in-form Hernandez to down Fulham, his sixth goal in four matches leading Hull to a 100% record this year.”
 Football League World 13 days ago
“Fulham: Andy Lonergan, Jazz Richards, Tim Ream, Dan Burn, Luke Garbutt, Tom Cairney, Scott Parker (Emerson Hyndman 77), Jamie O'Hara, Lasse Vigen Christensen (Matt Smith 83), Alexander Kacaniklic (George Williams 73), Moussa Dembele Derby 49pts (Played 27)”
 Hull Daily Mail 13 days ago
“Scott Parker also came close three minutes later for the hosts, when his shot outside the box also found the wrong side of the upright.”
 Yorkshire Post 14 days ago
“Scott Parker also came close three minutes later for the hosts, when his shot outside the box also found the wrong side of the upright.”
 Sport.co.uk 14 days ago
“A committed Fulham performance went harshly unrewarded after they were Three efforts flew past the same right-hand post in the second half, with Jamie O’Hara, Tom Cairney and Scott Parker all going close.”
 West London Sport 14 days ago
“After a stellar playing career with some of the Premier League’s top clubs, Scott Parker’s chatty manner is made for the television studio.”
 Daily Mail 15 days ago
“Parker is currently doing his coaching badges and reveals he worked with the Spurs academy when he was at White Hart Lane and is doing the same at Fulham.”
 London24 15 days ago
Scott Parker Career Honours
  • Charlton Athletic: Football League First Division (1): 1999–2000
  • Chelsea: Football League Cup (1): 2004-05
  • Chelsea: Premier League (1): 2004–2005
  • Newcastle United: UEFA Intertoto Cup (1): 2006
  • Charlton Athletic Player of the Year (1): 2002–03
  • PFA Young Player of the Year (1): 2003–04
  • Hammer of the Year (3): 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11
  • Premier League Player of the Month (2): February 2011, November 2011
  • FWA Footballer of the Year (1): 2010–11
  • England Player of the Year (1): 2011
  • PFA Premier League Team of the Year (1): 2011–12

    Source: wikipedia.org

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