Monday, 24 October 2011

Joe Cole's Biography

Joseph John Cole was born on 8th November, 1981, in Islington, London.
He is an attacking midfielder for England and Chelsea.

Joe Cole worked his way up through the West Ham youth academy, and from a very young age was regarded as one of the hottest new talents in English football.
He has drawn comparisons with Paul Gascoigne as he plays with flair in a similar position.

He progressed through the Hammers ranks very quickly and made his first team debut at the age of 17. However, after West Ham's manager, Harry Redknapp left the club, Cole’s form declined in spite of his incredible natural talent.

Joe Cole’s target was to become a regular in the England first team and to help further his chances, he moved to Chelsea in 2003, for £7m, as one of the first signings under the Roman Abramovich reign.

Initially he failed to shine at Stamford Bridge due to competition from players such as Damien Duff and Arjen Robben. However, when Claudio Ranieri was sacked, and Jose Mourinho came to Chelsea, Joe Cole's form improved massively and he started playing in the team more often.
Joe Cole was a squad member at Euro 2004 but didn’t actually play. Some consider him to be the solution to England’s 'left wing problem' and since 2004 he has continued to gain international caps.
Joe Cole came fourth in The Independent's list of Britain's happiest people.

Joe Cole was selected for the PFA Premiership Team of the Year 2006

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