Aaron Cresswell

Soccer Player

Aaron Cresswell was born in Liverpool, England, United Kingdom on December 15th, 1989 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 33, Aaron Cresswell biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
December 15, 1989
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
33 years old
Zodiac Sign
Association Football Player
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Aaron Cresswell Career

Cresswell started his career with Liverpool, working his way through the academy before being released at the age of 15. Following his release from Liverpool he joined the Tranmere Rovers youth system before signing his first professional contract in July 2008. He made his first-team debut on 1 November 2008 in a League One match with Milton Keynes Dons which ended in a 1–0 loss.

Although he was offered a new contract by the club at the end of the 2010–11 season, Tranmere manager Les Parry expected Cresswell to turn down the contract offer saying "Aaron has got four or five Championship clubs trying to sign him; if I had to guess I would say Aaron might be leaving us this summer."

In June 2011, the media reported that Ipswich Town had won the race to sign the player beating the likes of West Brom and Doncaster Rovers for his signature, although the clubs had failed to agree a fee and resolution of this was expected to go to a transfer tribunal. A three-year contract was later announced to have been signed. He made his debut for the club on 6 August 2011, starting in a 0–3 away win over Bristol City at Ashton Gate. He scored his first goal for the club on 17 March, netting a late winner in a 3–2 home win over Peterborough United at Portman Road. He made 46 appearances in all competitions during his first season at Portman Road, scoring once. He won the club's Player of the Year award for the 2011–12 season.

In the summer of 2012, fine performances for Ipswich Town, led to Cresswell being linked with Premier League clubs such as Aston Villa.

He continued to keep his place as a first team regular during the 2012–13 season. He scored his first goal of the season in a 3–1 win over Bristol Rovers in a League Cup first round tie. He made 49 appearances over the course of the season, scoring 4 goals. He also won the club's goal of the season award for his strike in a 3–0 win over Crystal Palace on 16 April.

He scored his first goal of the 2013–14 season on 17 September, scoring the winning goal in a 2–1 win over Yeovil Town. He made 43 appearances during the season, scoring 2 goals and earning a place in the PFA Championship Team of the Year.

On 3 July 2014, Cresswell joined West Ham United on a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £3.75 million, plus add on clauses. He made his West Ham debut on 16 August 2014 in a 1–0 home defeat to Tottenham Hotspur. On 29 November he scored his first goal for the club, in the 1–0 victory over Newcastle United at the Boleyn Ground. In May 2015, Cresswell was named Hammer of the Year and Player's Player of the Year. Cresswell played all 38 league matches and all four FA Cup matches for West Ham in 2014–15. In June 2015, Cresswell signed a new contract which would keep him with West Ham until 2020, with the option for a further two years.

Cresswell made the highest number of appearances of any West Ham player in 2015–16, playing in 47 matches. He featured in 37 of the possible 38 Premier League matches scoring two goals, away to Aston Villa on 26 December, and at eventual champions Leicester City in a 2–2 draw on 17 April.

In July 2016, Cresswell was injured in a 3–0 pre-season victory over Karlsruher SC. Suffering a knee-ligament injury, Cresswell was initially expected to be out of action for four months. Cresswell recovered in time to make his return in West Ham's 1–0 victory away at Crystal Palace on 15 October, assisting Manuel Lanzini for the winning goal, however his comeback was cut short after he was sent-off for two yellow cards within a minute.

In September 2019, Cresswell scored a 25-yard free kick against Manchester United to seal a 2–0 victory. Less than a week later Cresswell scored the final goal in a 2–2 draw against AFC Bournemouth. He scored in consecutive league appearances for the first time in his professional career. In October 2019 he signed a new contract until 2023 with West Ham. In November 2019, he scored a late winner against Chelsea, to seal West Ham a 1–0 away victory.

On 11 December 2020, Cresswell made his 200th Premier League appearance for the club in a 2–1 away win against Leeds United, during which he recorded an assist for Angelo Ogbonna's winning header. On 21 March 2021, in a 3–3 draw with Arsenal, Cresswell recorded his 217th Premier League appearance, becoming West Ham's second highest Premier League appearance maker, behind club captain Mark Noble. Cresswell recorded a total of eight assists for West Ham during the 2020–21 season, one more than right-back Vladimír Coufal. The duo recorded the most assists for a full-back pairing during the 2020–21 Premier League season.

On 8 April 2022, during West Ham's UEFA Europa League match against Lyon, Cresswell was sent off for his challenge on Moussa Dembélé just before half-time. Referee Felix Zwayer's decision to send Cresswell off was criticised online, with West Ham fans and manager David Moyes convinced that Dembélé had dived. Less than a month later, Cresswell was sent off once again in West Ham's semi-final match against Eintracht Frankfurt, after bringing down Jens Petter Hauge. He was originally given a yellow card which was upgraded to a red upon review. The team went on to lose 1–0 (3–1 on aggregate) to Frankfurt.

International career

On 7 November 2016, Cresswell received his first international call-up to the England squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier with Scotland and a friendly with Spain, following Danny Drinkwater's withdrawal from the squad due to injury. He made his debut on 15 November, replacing Danny Rose in a 2–2 draw with Spain at Wembley Stadium.


Premier League: Newcastle benefit most from VAR decisions

www.dailymail.co.uk, January 6, 2023
Newcastle United have gained the most from overturned VAR decisions in the Premier League this season - but Manchester City and Brighton will be far from enamoured with the technology. A study of all 54 decisions referred to the Video Assistant Referee in the competition so far has revealed which clubs have had most verdicts go in their favour. VAR reviews whether goals should be allowed to stand by checking replays for offside or fouls in the build-up, whether penalties should be awarded and whether red cards should be issued.

West Ham 'interested in taking forgotten £50m Man United man Aaron Wan-Bissaka on loan'

www.dailymail.co.uk, December 18, 2022
The 24-year-old joined United for £50million in 2019 but has found opportunities extremely limited under new manager Erik ten Hag, playing just four minutes so far this season after falling down the pecking order at Old Trafford. The London-based side are reportedly willing to offer Wan-Bissaka a way out of the Red Devils however, with a loan move for his services in January as they look to improve on their position in the Premier League table.

Harrison, Eze, Ward: Here's who the stats say should really be going to Qatar World Cup with England

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 9, 2022
The odds of James Tarkowski, Ben Mee, Aaron Cresswell and James Maddison starting together in the same England team at the Qatar World Cup seems infinitesimally small. But if Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate (inset top) goes by statistics alone, all four could and perhaps should be named in the line-up for the competition. Of course, form is temporary and class is permanent, with Southgate known to stick by players he trusts from previous tournaments regardless of form, like Raheem Sterling (right), Jordan Henderson (centre) and the under-fire Harry Maguire. So with the above quartet potentially unlikely to even be named in the official 26-man squad, there is an air of the improbable about some of the suggestions mentioned - especially the likes of Crystal Palace duo Joel Ward (inset left) and Ebere Eze (inset centre) and Leeds winger Jack Harrison (inset right), for example. Despite this, Sportsmail has taken a deep dive into the numbers to analyse how England hopefuls have performed in the Premier League this season - and pinpoint which under-the-radar stars aren't being considered but maybe should be. Pictured left: Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold has had an inconsistent season.
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