Jay Bothroyd

Jay Bothroyd

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Jay Bothroyd

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Jay Bothroyd (born 21 August 1982) is an English footballer who plays for Queens Park Rangers as a striker. He has also played for the England national team. He was a product of the Arsenal Academy, which came to prominence during the 1999–2000 FA Youth Cup Final win against Coventry City. He joined the Sky Blues later in his career, as well as playing for Perugia, Blackburn Rovers on loan, Charlton Athletic, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Stoke City on loan and Cardiff City.

Club career

Coventry City

Having initially been on the books at Arsenal, at eighteen years of age, Bothroyd was sold to Coventry City after throwing his shirt at the bench having been substituted in the 2000 Premier League Youth Cup final against West Ham United.

Despite having never played a competitive first team game for Arsenal, he cost Coventry when he joined them on 13 July 2000. His league debut came on 4 November 2000 in a 2–1 home defeat to Manchester United in the FA Premier League.

In the three years he played for Coventry, he scored seventeen goals in total, despite making little impact in his first season, after making his debut against Preston North End in the League Cup.

Bothroyd only featured for Coventry after many other members of the squad had to be sold off to relieve the club's financial problems. He scored his debut goal in a defeat against Bradford City on 24...
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