Joe Worrall

Soccer Player

Joe Worrall was born in Nottingham on January 10th, 1997 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 26, Joe Worrall 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 10, 1997
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Erik ten Hag heaps praise on 'UNSTOPPABLE' Marcus Rashford, January 25, 2023
TOM COLLOMOSSE AT THE CITY GROUND: Erik ten Hag hailed 'unstoppable' Marcus Rashford after the England forward's stunning solo goal put Manchester United within touching distance of Wembley. United are all but through to the final of the Carabao Cup as Rashford and Wout Weghorst scored in the first half, before Bruno Fernandes struck the third late on to make next week's return leg a virtual formality. Rashford burst Nottingham Forest's bubble in the sixth minute, charging from inside his own half, beating Remo Freuler and Joe Worrall and shooting past Wayne Hennessey - marking his 10th goal in his last 10 matches.

Nottingham Forest are 'addressing' issues that normally get resolved in pre-season, reveals Cooper, September 18, 2022
Manager Steve Cooper must use the international break to figure out how to instil some coherence and resilience into what is essentially a completely new Forest team. It came after a fourth consecutive defeat - 3-2 to Fulham on Friday night - left them stuck in the bottom three.

Nottingham Forest 2-3 Fulham: Visitors produce stunning turnaround with three goals in six minutes, September 16, 2022
ADAM SHERGOLD AT THE CITY GROUND: The brutal reality has hit now for Nottingham Forest. Despite spending all that money over the summer, they still look a long way short of being a competitive Premier League outfit. Results such as that six-goal thrashing at the hands of Manchester City and the home loss to Tottenham are all part of the elite learning curve. But when you're tossing away leads to lose to Bournemouth, as they did a fortnight ago, and here against Fulham, then the alarm bells have to be clanging very loudly.
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