Chris Hussey

Soccer Player

Chris Hussey was born in Hammersmith, England, United Kingdom on January 2nd, 1989 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 35, Chris Hussey biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 2, 1989
United Kingdom
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Hammersmith, England, United Kingdom
35 years old
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Association Football Player
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Chris Hussey Life

Christopher Ian Hussey (born 2 January 1989) is an English footballer who plays as a defender for League Two club Cheltenham Town.


Chris Hussey Career


Hussey was a schoolboy with Brentford and joined Woking after being released from Brentford. Woking had him suspended from college after failing to finish his education, but later admitted to being "a little bit of a problem."

Hussey began working as a carpet fitter for AFC Wimbledon in 2006 and spent time as a semi-professional divesting for his father. He signed a contract with Wimbledon's under-19 and reserve teams after a string of superb results, and he stayed on track until the 2006-07 season. During the club's pre-season tour of summer 2007, he sustained a twisted ankle. Hussey played for a brief time on loan at Windsor & Eton, where he made 11 appearances in the Southern League Division One South & West.

Hussey made his "Dons" debut in a 4–0 victory over Tonbridge Angels on January 14, 2008. Hussey was initially called up to the first team in order to provide compensation for injuries, but the club's first-choice left-back was Terry Brown. In a 2–0 victory over Hendon on March 8, he scored his first career goal. He scored again on 29 March in a 4–2 victory over Horsham at Kingsmeadow. Wimbledon won the Conference South by beating Staines Town 2-0 in the play-off final; Hussey was an inactive substitute in the tournament. In the 2007–08 season, he made 15 appearances and scored two goals.

Hussey started the 2008–09 season off right by scoring in a 1–0 victory over Braintree Town on September 2nd. As Wimbledon secured a second-successive promotion into the Conference Premier, he stayed in the first team, playing in the wing-back position, and made a total of 47 appearances. In addition toSubmitted for his second consecutive AFC Young Player of the Year Award for the 2008–09 season, he was named in the Conference South All Star Team of the Year. He appeared in every match of the 2009–10 season before his retirement in October, making a total of 79 league and cup appearances for Wimbledon.

Hussey signed a loan contract with Championship side Coventry City on October 16, 2009, which was postponed until January 2010. Patrick van Aanholt was used as a substitute in the 68th minute on his debut in Football League four days later, in a 2–0 loss to Cardiff City. Chris Coleman lauded his team's success after the match. The move was made permanent on January 1, 2010 for an undisclosed fee, which was listed as between £120,000 and £150,000, and he committed to a 10-year term. He spent the bulk of the 2009–2010 season on the bench, appearing on a total of eight times for the "Sky Blues."

Hussey sustained a foot injury during a friendly with West Bromwich Albion before the 2010-11 season. Hussey stayed on the sidelines until he returned to work in late-October. He joined Crewe Alexandra on loan until January 1, 2011. He recovered from injury and was on loan until January 2011. Aidy Boothroyd, the Crewe manager, said that he wished Hussey would benefit from crewe manager Dario Gradi's vast knowledge. Hussey sustained a metatarsal injury during just his second training session at Crewe Alexandra, prompting him to return to his parent club and spend three months in recovery. In a 4–1 loss to Bristol City on March 5th, he made his first appearance since recovering from injury. He was then given a handful of first-team appearances towards the end of the season, raising Hussey's total number to 12. In a 2–2 draw with Norwich City in the last game of the season, he set up both of Coventry's goals.

Under Andy Thorn's leadership, Hussey received more playing time at the start of the 2011-12 season. Hussey forfeited a handball penalty and was forced to change in the first half as a result of the 2–0 loss to Barnsley on October 1st. Despite this, he managed to regained his first-team position until he sustained another foot injury. He was instrumental in a 2–0 victory over Portsmouth on March 24th after returning to the first team for the first time. Hussey played in every game until the season's end, as Coventry was relegated to League One after returning from injury. Despite suffering from injuries, he made a total of 31 appearances in all sports.

Hussey's transfer request was made by other clubs ahead of the 2012-2013 season. He stayed at Coventry but maintained a spot in the first team and remained in the squad. He struggled for form, but manager Richard Shaw was defended by him after being booed by home fans at the Ricoh Arena. Hussey's first-team job was lost and he was demoted to the substitute bench under Mark Robins' new leadership. In a 4–0 victory over York City in the Football League Trophy on October 9, Hussey's first and only goal. His last game for the club came on October 23rd, where he scored one of the goals in a 2–1 loss against Brentford. On January 8, 2013, Hussey left the club by mutual consent.

Hussey's return to AFC Wimbledon in 2013 was his fourth appearance in the Football League during his absence. In a 2–2 draw with Wycombe Wanderers on Sunday, he made his second appearance for Wimbledon on his second debut. He soon established himself in the starting eleven and made 19 appearances in the 2012–13 season's second half.

However, he was released in May 2013 after assisting the club in retaining its Football League status. Hussey said he was released by the club for "footballing reasons" shortly after his release. Neal Ardley, the manager, said, "he's a fantastic player with a great reputation...but" he was asked to do things that didn't fit into his strengths, and that "he wasn't palmed off." We told you that we couldn't afford him at the time.

After joining Burton Albion on June 27, Hussey stayed in League Two. On the first game of the new season, he appeared for the "Brewers" in a 2–2 draw with Cheltenham Town. In a 2–1 League Cup victory over Sheffield United on 6 August, he scored his first two goals for Burton. In a 3–2 victory over Fleetwood Town, Eleven days later, he scored once Islander. He set up both of Burton's goals in a 2–2 draw at the Pirelli Stadium on August 27th, and the game ended in a 5–4 draw despite Hussey successfully conversioning his penalty. However, as the season progressed, he soon lost his first-team position and suffered with injuries.

Hussey left the club on loan, but Burton was recalled after Gary Rowett's squad was suffering from injuries. In a 1–0 loss to Southend United, he made his return in the season's last game. In the final at Wembley Stadium, he appeared in all three games of the League Two play-offs, including in the 1–0 loss to Fleetwood Town. Hussey was released by the club after the two teams mutually agreed to stop his contract extension for a second season after he had made 36 appearances in the 2013–14 season, scoring three goals.

Hussey joined Bury on loan for the remainder of the 2013-14 season on March 13, 2014. In a 0–0 draw with Southend United, he made his "Shakers" debut two days later. He scored his first goal at Gigg Lane in a 1–1 draw with Dagenham & Redbridge on March 22nd. He scored again four days later in a 2–0 victory over Exeter City after setting up one of the goals in a 2–1 victory over Bristol Rovers on April 1st. Hussey was in the starting eleven at Bury before being recalled by Burton Albion in late-April.

Following his release from Burton Albion, Hussey joined Bury on a free transfer, completing a two-year deal on May 30th. In a 1–0 loss to Cheltenham Town in his first game after signing for the club on a permanent basis, the club's 2014-15 season began. Despite facing competition from other fullbacks, he remained in a left-back situation. Hussey helped the team win an automatic promotion slot out of League Two after providing ten assists in 42 appearances throughout the season.

Hussey's 2015-16 League One campaign saw him keep his left-back starting lineup. In a 3–3 draw with Crewe Alexandra on August 22, he scored two goals. Manager David Flitcroft lauded his work in the first half of the season. In a 2–2 home draw with Wigan Athletic, Hussey started every match until being suspended in October for being sent off. Hussey scored his first goal of the season on Tuesday in a 4-3 victory over Blackpool on October 31. Hussey was praised for his development as a defender, according to Flitcroft, who said the team had "improved by 60%" since his arrival at the club.

Hussey signed a long-term contract with Bury in November, retaining him at the club until 2020. In both the League Cup and buna Cup, he played for Wigan Athletic. Despite "struggling for form and hope" and making a total of 50 appearances for the Greater Manchester side, scoring one goal and giving nine assists, he remained in his left-back position throughout the season. He appeared in 103 games for Bury, scoring three goals.

On June 2, 2016, Hussey was sold on to Sheffield United's fellow League One team for an undisclosed fee. Hussey was one of Chris Wilder's first two signings as manager, alongside Mark Duffy. Hussey said that turning down was impossible. In a 1–0 loss to Bolton Wanderers, he made his "Blades" debut on the first game of the 2016-17 season. Billy Sharp was an assist for Billy Sharp in the following match against Rochdale, giving the team their first game of the season with a 1–1 draw at Bramall Lane. Hussey went on to lose his spot in the left-back in favour of Daniel Lafferty, who played just seven times in the league.

Hussey joined Swindon Town on a season-long loan on July 7, 2017 after being placed on a transfer list by Sheffield United. David Flitcroft, Bury's former manager, was reunited after the change. In a 2–1 victory, he opened the 2017-18 season against Carlisle United, setting up one of the "Robins" goals. In a 3–0 victory over Luton Town on September 9, he scored his first goal for the club. For September, the goal was chosen for the League Two Goal of the Month award.

He was a regular on the team until he sustained a groin injury during a 2–0 victory over Forest Green Rovers on September 22. As Phil Brown was appointed to replace interim boss Matthew Taylor, he was sidelined for six months and returned to action. Hussey's loan spell at Swindon was ended early and gave him a five-match suspension on May 3rd, despite a suspected altercation with a fan following a loss at Newport County. During hisisiert time at the County Ground, he had played 20 games. At the end of the 2017–18 season, Hussey was released by Sheffield United.

Hussey signed for Cheltenham Town on a two-year contract on May 29th, 2018; manager Gary Johnson said that Hussey had "good age, great knowledge, and was "a good defender." Town suffered in the 2018–19 season, finishing 16th in League Two, with Hussey appearing 39 times in all competitions. In October 2019, he signed a labour pact to prolong his deal until the summer of 2021. The following February, he was nominated for the League Two Player of the Month award after assisting the "Robins" to win six games in seven games and scoring a free kick in Colchester United's 2–0 victory. Following an online poll by supporters, the goal was still being voted as the club's goal of the season. He helped the team advance to the League Two play-offs in the semi-finals against Northampton Town at the end of the 2019-20 season, but only to lose 3–2 on aggregate.

Hussey signed a two-and-a-half-year contract extension in January 2021. He and teammate Will Boyle and boss Michael Duff were named on the Football Manager League Two Team of the Year for the 2020-21 season. In all competitions, Cheltenham earned promotion into League One as champions of League Two, but he appeared in just three league games during the campaign, making 48 appearances in a 3–5–2 setup. He scored one goal, a free kick against Carlisle United that guaranteed an automatic promotion slot. Hussey was named in the 2020-21 EFL League Two Team of the Season at the league's annual awards banquet on April 29, 2021.

In his last game against Burton Albion at Whaddon Road, he made 28 appearances in the first half of the 2021-22 season and received a man of the match award in his final game. Hussey played 155 games in three and a half seasons at Cheltenham, scoring four goals. "Cheltenham hasCISment has been where I've loved my football the most, and no one has treated me kindly," Hussey said, "this is the most a club has accepted me as a person and a player, and every day I gave my best."

Hussey signed for League Two Port Vale on January 10, 2022, the same fee paid Cheltenham. "I've always been an admirer of his work, he's a good man and a good winner," manager Darrell Clarke said, although football director David Flitcroft had worked with Hussey at Bury and Swindon. Hussey told supporters that "it took a few games for me to get to a rhythm that I think is normal for a new player" before he's expected to help his new team win in five games. After finding a new club, his deal was terminated on September 1, 2022.

He was announced on September 2nd, 2022, that he had signed with newly promoted League Two team Stockport County until the end of the 2022–23 season; he had scored against the club in the EFL Trophy just three days before. "His knowledge, as well as his previous participation in the Football League will be very useful to us going forward."

International career

Hussey was called up to the England national C team as a standby in February 2009.