Alan Hutton

Name:
Alan Hutton
Nationality:
Scottish
Date of Birth:
30/11/1984
Height:
6' 1" (185cm)
Weight:
11st 6lbs (72.5kg)
Previous Clubs:
Bolton (loan), Mallorca, Nottm Forest (loan), Tottenham, Sunderland (loan), Tottenham, Rangers, Rangers
Position:
Defender


Alan Hutton enjoyed two loan spells in the 2012-13 season.

In November, he joined Nottingham Forest for three months and then Real Mallorca until the end of the campaign from January.

Now he is out on temporary leave to Bolton Wanderers.

He joined Villa on August transfer deadline day in 2011, penning a four-year contract.

The Scotland International made his debut in the pulsating 2-2 draw away at Everton the following month, where Villa twice came from behind to snatch a well-contested point.

Barring injuries and suspensions, Hutton was an ever-present in Alex McLeish's side during the 2011-12 season, making 31 league appearances for the claret and blues at right back.

His best performances came in the latter half of the campaign, with his supreme sliding tackles and goalline clearances assisting Villa's record stint in the top-flight.

Hutton began his professional career with Rangers, signing for them in 2000.

He made his first team debut for the club in a 2-1 win away at Partick Thistle in December 2002.

Hutton went on to win the Scottish Premier League with Rangers in 2005, finishing one point ahead of runners-up Celtic.

He played a total of 94 league appearances for the Scottish club, including two goals, before moving to Spurs in 2008. 

Hutton made a career total of 40 appearances for Spurs, including 30 league appearances.

In 2008, Hutton won the League Cup with the North London side, beating holders Chelsea 2-1 in the final.

He featured for Spurs in their Champions League campaign which saw them reach the quarter-finals, including their famous 3-1 victory over 2010 Champions League winners Inter Milan.

In February 2010 Hutton moved to Sunderland on loan, where he made 11 league appearances.

Hutton headed back to Spurs after the two clubs couldn't agree a permanent deal, eventually paving the way for his move to Villa a year later.


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