John Barnes (footballer)


John Barnes (footballer)

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Honours

As player

Watford

Runner Up
* 1981/82 League Championship (Division 2)
* 1982/83 League Championship (Division 1)
* 1983/84 FA Cup

Liverpool

Winner
* 1987/88 League Championship (Division 1)
* 1988/89 Charity Shield
* 1988/89 FA Cup
* 1989/90 Charity Shield
* 1989/90 League Championship (Division 1)
* 1990/91 Charity Shield Shared
* 1991/92 FA Cup
* 1994/95 League Cup

Runner Up
* 1987/88 FA Cup
* 1988/89 League Championship (Division 1)
* 1990/91 League Championship (Division 1)
* 1995/96 FA Cup

Newcastle United

Runner Up
* 1997/98 FA Cup

England

* 1983-1995 79 caps 12 goals

Individual

*Inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame, 2005

Personal life

John was first married to and subsequently divorced Suzy and they have two sons and two daughters: Jamie, Jordan, Jemma and Jasmin. John's second wife is called Andrea and they have two daughters: Isabella and Tia.

With fellow former footballers Les Ferdinand and Luther Blissett, he has founded Team48 Motorsport, a team aiming to promote young racing drivers of Afro-Caribbean background. For 2008 they enter the British Touring Car Championship, running Alfa Romeos for white Jamaican Matthew Gore and 18-year-old black Briton Darelle Wilson.

Videogame

In 1992 Krisalis released John Barnes European Football for 16-bit home computers

Trivia

* Barnes appeared on the 1990 England World Cup theme song World in Motion by New Order. This was a couple of years after he had been the most memorable 'rapper' in Liverpool's song released for their FA Cup final with Wimbledon FC, in 1988.
* His lines in World in Motion were:

"You got to hold and give,
But do it at the right time,
You can be slow or fast,
But you must get to the line.

They'll always hit you, and hurt you,
Defend and attack,
There's only one way to beat them,
Get round the back.

Catch me if you can,
Cos I'm the England Man
And what you're looking at,
Is the master plan.

We ain't no hooligans,
This ain't a football song.
Three lions on my chest,
I know we can't go wrong"

* A film about Barnes' career was made in 1998, broadcast on BBC's The A - Force, it was produced and directed by Pogus Caesar a respected producer and director of multi cultural TV programmes.
* Barnes visited Tanzania alongside Warren Barton and Les Ferdinand in January 2007 and played for youth side in Dar es salaam against other local clubs.
* Barnes played for the Liverpool XI against the Rock XI in Gibraltar in October 2006. He is set to play for the England XI against the Rock XI again on June 11th.

Managerial stats

References

External links

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* [http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/team/past_players/players/barnes/ Official past players at Liverpoolfc.tv]
* [http://radioblogclub.com/open/88863/world_in_motion/New%20Order%20-%20World%20in%20Motion%20-%20Singing%20for%20England World in motion]
* [http://lfchistory.net/player_profile.asp?player_id=261 Player profile at LFChistory.net]
* [http://www.englandfanzine.co.uk/teams/results_players.asp John Barnes England appearances at Englandfanzine.co.uk]
* [http://sporting-heroes.net/football-heroes/searchresults.asp?ButtonLe
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