Paul Scharner

Paul Scharner

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Paul Scharner (born 11 March 1980 in Scheibbs, Lower Austria) is an Austrian International footballer. He usually plays as a central defender or midfielder. Scharner currently plays for West Bromwich Albion of the Premier League.

Club career

Early career in Austria

In the Austrian Bundesliga, Scharner played for Austria Wien and SV Salzburg, before joining Norwegian club SK Brann in 2004.


Scharner was voted player of the year by the Brann fans in 2005, and one of the best players on all the major player rankings in Norwegian newspapers and TV channels in 2005. All together, his time in Norway was very successful, and soon, clubs from bigger leagues were keen to sign him.

Wigan Athletic

Scharner signed a 3.5 year deal with Wigan Athletic on 22 December 2005, and joined the squad after the holidays. Wigan agreed a fee of £2,500,000 (€3,700,000, 29,500,000 NOK), making it the biggest transfer in SK Brann's history.

In his first match for Wigan, Scharner scored the winning goal against Arsenal in the Carling Cup. He went on to start in the final for Wigan that season.

On 22 March he became the first Wigan Athletic player to play 100...
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