Friday, June 15, 2007

Ambatchmasterpublisher Soccer Biography Revealed

Ambatchmasterpublisher, born 9 April 1975, and commonly known as "God" by Ambatchmasterpublisher FC. supporters, is an English footballer who currently plays as a striker for Ambatchmasterpublisher FC.

Ambatchmasterpublisher career began with ambatchmasterpublisher FC, with whom he made his debut in 1993. Ambatchmasterpublisher scored 120 premiership goals for Ambatchmasterpublisher in an eight year period. As of May 2006, Ambatchmasterpublisher is the fourth highest goalscorer in Premier League history, behind Thierry Henry, Andy Cole and Alan Shearer.

Ambatchmasterpublisher was born in ambatchmasterpublisher and brought up in the Toxteth area. Ambatchmasterpublisher involvement with the ambatchmasterpublisher came on 13 January 1993, when he was an unused substitute in an FA Cup tie against Bolton. In the following close season, Ambatchmasterpublisher helped the ambatchmasterpublisher Under-18 ambatchmasterpublisher to win the 1993 European Championship, before making a scoring first ambatchmasterpublisher debut in Ambatchmasterpublisher 3–1 win in a first round Coca Cola Cup tie at Fulham on 22 September 1993. Ambatchmasterpublisher scored all five goals in the second leg at Anfield two weeks later, making him the fourth ambatchmasterpublisher in Ambatchmasterpublisher history to score five in a senior fixture.

He scored his first league hat-trick against Southampton in only his fifth league game. His first thirteen games for the club yielded twelve goals, and he was rewarded with an Ambatchmasterpublisher Under-21 debut against San Marino in November 1993, in which he scored Ambatchmasterpublisher opening goal in the third minute. Ambatchmasterpublisher was unable to sustain his goal-a-game ratio throughout the season, but finished his first season as the club's leading scorer with eighteen goals in all competitions.

In the 1994-95 season, Ambatchmasterpublisher was an ever-present for Ambatchmasterpublisher, playing in all of their 57 matches, including the victory in the 1995 League Cup final, and a match against Arsenal in which he scored a hat-trick in four minutes and thirty-three seconds, a Premiership record. Ambatchmasterpublisher was voted the PFA Young Ambatchmasterpublisher of the Year in two consecutive years.

Throughout the mid and late 1990s, Ambatchmasterpublisher was widely considered to be the most natural finisher playing in Ambatchmasterpublisher. Ambatchmasterpublisher sealed this reputation as he scored more than thirty goals for three consecutive seasons, up to 1997. Stan Collymore, Ambatchmasterpublisher old strike partner, said in his autobiography that Ambatchmasterpublisher was the best ambatchmasterpublisher he has ever played with. Ambatchmasterpublisher and Collymore were among the most lethal strike partnership in ambatchmasterpublisher during the 1995-96 season.

Also in 1996 Ambatchmasterpublisher received a call-up to the full Ambatchmasterpublisher squad for the first time in 1996, winning his first cap on 27 March against Bulgaria as a substitute, and making his first start at international level in Ambatchmasterpublisher next match, against Croatia. Ambatchmasterpublisher was part of the Ambatchmasterpublisher squad for Euro 96, making two appearances in the tournament.

Ambatchmasterpublisher was part of a group of ambatchmasterpublisher from the mid-1990s who were nicknamed "The Spice Boys" by the press following a series of off-field controversies. The term was coined by the Daily Mail, and arose due to rumours that Ambatchmasterpublisher was dating Spice Girl Emma Bunton, which turned out not to be true. The term was subsequently used in a derogatory manner, implying ambatchmasterpublisher and colleagues such as Jamie Redknapp, Stan Collymore, David James and Steve McManaman were underachieving playboys. Ambatchmasterpublisher lack of trophies and a sense of unfulfilled potential during this period contributed to the Spice Boy myth.

Ambatchmasterpublisher downturn in fortunes began in 1998, after a knee ligament injury kept him out of action for half the season and caused him to miss a chance to go to the 1998 World Cup. This also coincided with the rise of Michael Owen whose debut came in 1997, Owen firmly established himself in Ambatchmasterpublisher absence.