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Harry Edward Kane MBE is an English professional footballer who captains the England national team and plays as a striker for Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur. Kane is regarded as one of the top attackers in the world, with a prolific goal-scoring record and the ability to connect play.
Kane, who was born and reared in the London district of Waltham Forest, began his professional career at Tottenham Hotspur, when he was promoted to the senior team in 2009, at the age of 16, after quickly progressing through the club’s junior program. He was loaned out multiple times to clubs across the English football pyramid, including Leyton Orient, Millwall, Leicester City, and Norwich City, and did not make his debut for the club. Following the appointment of Mauricio Pochettino as head coach in 2014, Kane’s influence at Tottenham began to grow. Kane scored 31 goals in all competitions in his first full season with the club, was the Premier League’s second-highest goalscorer, and was voted PFA Young Player of the Year.
Kane was the league’s leading goal scorer in both the 2015″16 and 2016″17 seasons. He received the PFA Fans’ Player of the Year title in the latter season after assisting Tottenham to a second-place finish in the tournament. In the 2017″18 season, Kane had his finest statistical season to date, scoring 41 goals in 48 appearances across all competitions, and he finished runner-up in the UEFA Champions League the following season. He became Tottenham’s second-highest all-time goalscorer in official competitions in February 2021. He finished the 2020″21 season as the league’s leading goalscorer and assist provider.
In 64 games for England, Kane has scored 41 goals. He played and scored at every junior level until making his senior squad debut in March 2015, at the age of 21. During England’s victorious UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, Kane played and scored, and he also represented the country in the tournament. He was named captain of the team in May 2018, just before the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Kane was the tournament’s top goalscorer, collecting the Golden Boot, and helping England to a fourth-place finish, their best since 1990. He also guided England to a second-place finish at UEFA Euro 2020, their first appearance in a tournament final and their first major final since 1966.
Kane began his career with a local team, Ridgeway Rovers, before joining the Arsenal junior system at the age of eight. According to Liam Brady, who was then in charge of Arsenal’s academy, he was discharged after one season because he was “a little fat” and “not particularly athletic.” Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger expressed his disappointment at Kane’s release in November 2015. He also had a trial with Tottenham Hotspur, but it did not go well, therefore he returned to his former club Ridgeway Rovers. He joined Watford’s academy for a four to six-week trial when he was eleven years old, and was then offered another shot at Tottenham after impressing when playing for Watford versus Tottenham. He began his career with Tottenham as a midfielder, first as a holding midfielder and subsequently as an attacking midfielder.
Kane did not stick out as a player in his early days at Tottenham since he was neither large nor swift, but those who worked with him observed his continual drive to develop all parts of his game. He experienced a huge growth spurt a few years after joining, making him taller and physically stronger. He scored three goals in the 2008″09 season for the under-16s team that competed in the Copa Chivas event in Mexico and the Bellinzona competition in Switzerland. On his 16th birthday in July 2009, he signed a scholarship deal with Tottenham.
Kane scored 18 goals in 22 appearances for Tottenham’s under-18s in the 2009″10 season. During the 2009″10 season, Kane had two appearances on the first-team bench. Both matches were in home domestic cup victories: one against Everton in the League Cup on October 27, 2009, and the other against Bolton Wanderers in the FA Cup fourth-round replay on February 24, 2010.