Adam Newton

Adam Newton

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Adam Newton

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Adam Lee Newton (born 4 December 1980 in Ascot, Berkshire) is an English-born Saint Kittitian and Nevisian professional footballer, who currently plays for Woking in the Conference South. Although he has represented England at under-21 level, Newton has been a member of the Saint Kitts and Nevis national football team since 2004.


West Ham United

Newton began his career as a youth player with West Ham United, where he was a member of their FA Youth Cup winning squad in 1999, scoring in the second leg of the final in a 9–0 aggregate win over Coventry City. He signed a professional contract in August 1998, but struggled to establish himself in the team. He was loaned to Portsmouth in July 1999 and made his league debut the following month in a 2–1 win against Sheffield United. Newton returned to West Ham at the end of August and on 25 September 1999 made his Premier League debut for West Ham, appearing as a substitute for Marc Keller in a 1–0 away defeat to Coventry City. Later that season, he appeared as a substitute in West Ham's 3–1 win away to NK Osijek in the UEFA Cup, and in April 2000 was a late substitute for Scott Minto in a 5–0 win at home to Coventry. These were, however, to be his only first team games for the Hammers. Newton joined Division Two side Notts County on loan in September 2000 until the end of the season, making 20 league appearances and scoring once against Oxford United on his debut. In March 2002, he joined...
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