Kyle Walker Biography, Childhood, Facts, Career, Net Worth, Salary

Kyle Walker– Biography, Childhood, Career, Accomplishments & Awards..

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Kyle Walker is a professional English player who currently plays as a Right-back for  Premier League club Manchester City and the English national team. He is known  for pace, energy, skill and precise passing. For his playing position, he plays as a right-back. For his education, he attended Porter Croft Infant & Junior School, followed by High Storrs School until 2006. His zodiac sign is Aries, he stands tall at a height of 178cm, weight 72kg and is of the English nationality. In detail, we analyze how Kyle Walker stood out as one of England’s star players in our Kyle Walker’s biography facts, childhood, career, net worth, relationship , parents, education, profile and personal life.

Kyle Walker Biography, Facts Rundown, Childhood & Profile

Walker was born on  on 28 May 1990, in Sheffield, England to parents  father Tracy Walker and  mother Micheal Walker. He is an English Citizen of Jamaican descent . He attended Porter Croft Infant and Junior school until 2006. That’s it for Kyle Walker’s Biography Facts, Childhood, Personal Life, we reviewed the profile and life from childhood to present.

Kyle Walker Professional Facts & Football Career

Sheffield United (2008)

Kyle Walker– Biography, Childhood, Career, Accomplishments & Awards..
Kyle Walker– Biography, Childhood, Career, Accomplishments & Awards..

Walker’s career officially started when he  joined boyhood club Sheffield United, at the age of seven after being recommended by coach Paul Archer at Football Unites. Though racism he progressed through the ranks to become a regular fixture in the reserves by 2008. In November 2008, Walker was allowed to join League One club Northampton Town on a one-month loan to gain first team experience,where he made  his debut on 15 November 2008 in a defeat by Oldham Athletic. His one-month long  loan was later extended to January, before eventually returned to Bramall Lane having played nine matches for the Cobblers.

Shortly after Walker’s return  to his parent club, he made his full debut for Sheffield United on 13 January 2009, starting in a third round FA Cup tie against Leyton Orient. With the Blades losing a handful of players to injury in the closing weeks of the season, he was a surprise inclusion in the starting line up for the crucial last two matches of the season, making his full league debut for the club on 25 April 2009 against Swansea City. Following  two outstanding performances he retained his place as Sheffield United entered the play–offs, starting both matches against Preston North End and the final against Burnley at the end of May. By performing in the final, he became the youngest Sheffield United player ever to play at Wembley Stadium.

Tottenham Hotspur (2009)

By 22 July 2009, he left Sheffield United to join Tottenham Hotspur along with fellow defender Kyle Naughton for a combined fee of £9m, but was eventually loaned back to the Yorkshire club for the duration of the 2009–10 season as part of the deal. At Bramall Lane Walker was virtually ever present at right back for the first half of the season but was unexpectedly recalled back to Spurs on 1 February 2010, right before the close of the January 2010 transfer window, as cover for Alan Hutton who was loaned out to Sunderland earlier the same day. He made his debut for Tottenham on Saturday 27 March 2010, in a 2–0 victory over Portsmouth.

When the  following season getting started, Walker went out on loan once more signing an initial six-month deal with Queens Park Rangers (QPR) due to injuries he sustained at the club in the right back position. In mid-October, his loan was extended until 3 January 2011.

After Walker  left QPR, he joined Aston Villa on loan until the end of the 2010–11 season. He scored on his début barely nine minutes into the match against former club Sheffield United in the third round of the FA Cup in January 2011. In early  February, Walker netted his first Premier League goal and first senior league goal, a 30-yard strike low into the left corner against Fulham. Walker returned to his parent club at the end of the 2010–11 season after netting  two goals in 18 appearances in all competitions for Aston Villa.

After leaving Villa Park, Walker suggested that he wouldn’t mind  returning  to the club the following season, as first team opportunities were limited but Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp later made it known  that he had no intentions of selling the defender. Walker subsequently agreed to a contract extension at Tottenham until 2016. he was chosen in the starting eleven for Tottenham’s opening match of the 2011–12 season, against Manchester United at Old Trafford on 22 August 2011. On 2 October, he scored the winning goal in the North London derby against Arsenal from 25-yards out. Tottenham won the match 2–1.

By 22 April 2012, he was named as the PFA Young Player of the Year, beating the likes of Sergio Agüero, Danny Welbeck, Daniel Sturridge, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and teammate Gareth Bale to the award, as well as being named in the PFA Team of the Year. On 29 April, he netted a free-kick from 25 yards to help Tottenham beat Blackburn Rovers 2–0 at White Hart Lane. On 3 May 2012, Walker was awarded with a new five-year contract, that runs until 2017.

Walker’s  performance against Manchester United in March 2012 saw him at fault for two of the opposition’s goals in a 3–1 defeat. He started  his next season in a similar vein; he was at fault for Chelsea’s 4th goal in the 4–2 defeat at White Hart Lane, getting shrugged off the ball easily by Juan Mata. Walker was ever-present in the first half of the season in the Premier League, with the exception of the 3–0 victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage; this included playing 90 minutes in the 3–2 win over Manchester United, which was Tottenham’s first victory at Old Trafford in 23 years.

By 28 October 2013, it was made public that Walker had signed a new contract with Tottenham, keeping him at the club until 2019.

By 8 August 2015, Walker was sadly  involved in an own goal which led to Tottenham suffering a loss in the hands of Manchester United in the season opener and it also became the first goal of the new season.

On 20 April 2017, Walker was named as right back in the PFA Team of the Year for the second time.

Manchester City (2017)

Walker signed a five-year contract with Tottenham’s On 14 July 2017 with  Premier League rivals Manchester City, in a transfer reported to be worth an initial £45 million fee, rising to £50 million with add-ons.

Walker’s competitive debut for City came against Brighton on 12th August 2017, a game where many media outlets rated  him as  the best player. However, during Walker’s home debut for Manchester City he was sent off for two yellow card offences against Everton, which was thought to be a harsh decision by referee Bobby Madley.

International Career

Kyle Walker has performed in both junior and senior levels representing his home country  in the tournaments.He made his first international career on 12 November 2011, at a friendly match against Spain. During the Match between England and Sweden, on 15 November 2011, he won the man-of-the-match. Also, he has won 32 caps for his

Kyle Walker Net worth

Kyle Walker earns £70,000 weekly, putting his net worth at a whopping $8 million  as of 2019.

Kyle Walker Girlfriend & Personal Life

Kyle Walker is currently dating  girlfriend Annie Kilner who is a top English Model

Kyle Walker Salary

Kyle Walker earns £70,000 as a weekly salary.

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