Bobby Zamora

Bobby Zamora

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Bobby Zamora

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Robert Lester "Bobby" Zamora (born 16 January 1981) is an English footballer who plays for Fulham and the England national football team. Zamora began his career at Football League club Bristol Rovers, but was soon signed by Brighton & Hove Albion, where he found first team success. Zamora scored 77 goals in three seasons and helped the club achieve two successive promotions.

Following an unsuccessful spell at Tottenham Hotspur, Zamora was signed by West Ham United, where he played for five years and won promotion to the Premier League. Zamora joined Fulham in 2008, where, in his first season, he played regularly but scored only four goals. However, Zamora's form in the 2009–10 season has gained praise and saw the player gain a call-up for England. Zamora has had an important role in Fulham's successes in the Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Europa League. Zamora played for the England national under-21 team in his youth.


Born in Barking, London, Zamora attended Essex Junior School followed by Little Ilford School before moving onto Barking Abbey Secondary School. As a boy, he played for the Senrab Football Club in east London, alongside John Terry, Ledley King, Paul Konchesky and Jlloyd Samuel. A life-long West Ham United fan,, Just Football, 3 June 2009. Retrieved 17 November...
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