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Paul Scharner

Paul Scharner Scharner (born March 3, 1980 Scheibbs, Austria) is an Austrian football player of the Bundesliga team Hamburger. Although his main position is Stopper, he is a multi-player player in all positions of defensive midfielder and midfielder.
Scharner started his career at FK Austria Wien. The next stop was FC Red Bull Salzburg in 2004, but when he didn't get much chance, he transferred to SK Brann the same year. In January 2006, he was transferred to Wigan and later playing for Albion FC in West Bromwich, he fought in the Premier League for six years. Scharner was transferred to Bundesliga teams from Hamburger SV in August, 2012.
Topics
1 Career - 1.1 Austria Wien
1.2 Redbull Salzburg
1.3 SK Brann
1.4 Wigan Athletic
2 Career stats
3 Achievements
3.1 Club
3.2 Personal
Career
Austria Wien
Scharner started his professional football career at FK Austria Wien. In March 1998, in a friendly match with Hellas Kagran for the first time, he was cast as the third alternative, but did not have the chance to play and Austria Wien won the match 5-1. After wearing the uniforms of U-17 U-18 and A2, Scharner became a member of the team and signed a professional contract with his team in 1999. He played for the first time for a team in a friendly match with SV Ried. Scharner made their first appearance in the Austrian Bundesliga against FC Red Bull Salzburg, where they won 3-2. Grazer played 3 more games after the matches of AK and Innsbruck, and in the 1998-99 season a total of 6 games. Scharner made their first game of the 1999-2000 season against Grazer AK, where they won 5-2. Wiener Neudorf scored 2 goals in the friendly match and played surprised everyone. He saw the first red card of his career in a league match with SV Salzburg. Scharner made a total of 12 Austrian Bundesliga games, including 9 of the top 11, but could not experience the joy of goals. In the 2000-01 season, Sturm Graz made his first appearance as a substitute. Scharner made his first appearance in 2001-02 against Rapid Wien. Austria Wien shirt and Sturm Graz scored the first goal of their career in a 3-0 defeat. He scored 14 games in the season and scored 1 in.
Redbull Salzburg
Scharner's forced to look for a new team as a result of a lack of a future in the FK Austria Wien team. In 2003, he was hired by Joachim Löw to FC Red Bull Salzburg, one of the oldest clubs in Austria. FC Admira Wacker scored 1 of Mödling's 2 SC Bregenz teams. Scharner played 13 league games in the 2003-04 season and scored 3 goals and went back to Vienna to help the Salzburg team on the fall line. He received his red card for the first time in the Austrian Cup match against Kärnten with the team of Salzburg. Only five league games in the 2004-05 season could not have had the joy of goals.
SK Brann
Scharner In 2005, FC Red Bull Salzburg's surprisingly relegated transfer to Norway's Tippeligaen team SK Brann and a 2.5-year contract signed. In his first season he won the Norwegian Cup with his team. The team finished third in the 2005-06 season and won the UEFA Europa League qualifying round. Scharner and his team won the first qualifying round of the Finnish team AC Allianssi with 0-0 and 2-0. Scharner got 32 games in 2005-06 season, scored 3 goals and received 5 yellow cards. He also won the SK Brann team's best player of the 2005-06 season.
Wigan Athletic
In 2005, Scharner was transferred to the Wigan Athletic FC from England Premier League for £ 2.5 million. Wigan jersey 1-0 won the first match in the English League Cup match came out and scored the winning goal in this match. Scharner scored his first Premier League goal in Everton FC, which was a 1-1 draw. In his first season, he received 5 yellow cards in 2005-06 and scored 3 goals in 16 league games. They played in the English League Cup final in the final Manchester United Wiganı 4-0 and won the cup.
Career statistics
Club performance
League
Cup
League Cup
Europe
Super Cup
Total
Club


Season
Match
Goal
Match Goals > Goal - Match

Goal
Match
Goal
Austria
League - ÖFB-Cup -

European Super Cup
Total
Austria Wien
Austria Bundesliga
1998–1999
4
0
0
-
-
4
0 - 1999–2000
12
0
5
0
17
Austria Wien
Austrian Bundesliga


European Championship | > 16, Member 1 Member 0 Member 0 Member 16 Member 28 Member 1 Member 1 Member 2002-2003 4
0 Reviews 4
0 Member 1 Member 0 Member 33 Member 1 Member 2003-2004 Member 9 Member 1 Member 0 Member 0 Member 3 Member 0
-
12
1
SV Salzburg
13
2
0
-
14
2004–2005
5
1
0
0
5
1


League of Norway



European League Royal League
Total Reviews SK Brann Tippeligaen Member Reviews 2004 Reviews Reviews 0 Reviews 0 1 7 Reviews Reviews - Reviews - Reviews - Reviews Reviews 1 Reviews 7 2005
25 6 Reviews Reviews Reviews 0 0 0 4
Member? Member? Member 29 Member 6 Member England League Member Reviews FA Cup
League Cup


FA Community Shield
Total
Wigan Athletic Premier League
2005–06
16
3 <0 br> Reviews 3 0 0 Reviews Reviews - Reviews - Reviews Reviews 19 3 Reviews 2006-07 Reviews 25 3 Reviews Reviews 0 Reviews 0 < b> 0 Member 0 Member 25 Member 37 Member 3 Member 2007-08 4
2 Member 1 Member 0 Member 0 Member 39
5 Reviews 2008-09 Reviews 29 Reviews Reviews 1 Reviews 0 Reviews 0 Reviews 0 Reviews 31 1 0 Reviews 2009-10 Member Reviews 38
4
1
0
1
40
4 West Bromwich Albion 2010–11
33
4
1 Reviews 0 Reviews 0 Reviews 0 Reviews 3 3 4
2011-12 Reviews 29 Reviews Reviews 0 Reviews 0 Reviews 1
0
29


Germany
League
DFB-Pokal - Europe - DFL-Supercup - Total SV Hamburger SV
Bundesliga - 2012–13
0
0
0
0
-
-
-
0
Career Total br> Austria 104 Reviews 11 Reviews 11 Reviews Reviews 0 Reviews - 0 Reviews 11 Reviews Reviews Reviews 0 Reviews 127 1 Reviews 11 Reviews Norway 7 Reviews 32 Reviews Reviews 0 Reviews 0 Reviews - 0 Reviews 4
? Member? Reviews 36 Reviews 21 Reviews Reviews 7 207 5 Reviews Reviews Reviews England 1 0 Reviews 6 Reviews Reviews - Reviews -
218 Reviews 22
Germany 0 Reviews 0 Reviews 0 Reviews 0 Reviews - Reviews - Reviews - Reviews Reviews 0 0 Reviews Career statistics - 343 - 39
16 - 1 - 6 - 0 - 15 - 0 - 0 - 38 - 40
Achievements
Club
Austria Wien - Austria Bundesliga (1)
Champion: 2002/2003
ÖFB-Cup (1)
Champion: 2002/2003 - Austria Supercup (1)
Champion: 2003
SK Brann
Norwegian Cup (1)
Champion: 2004
Wigan Athletic
English League Cup
Final: 2005-2006
Personal
SK Brann footballer of the year: 2005
Wigan Athletic best footballer of the year: 2008
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Hamburger SV - Squad - 1 Drobný
2 Diekmeier
3 Mancienne
4 Westermann
5 Djourou
6 Bouy
Jensen Member Member 7 8 9 Çalhanoğl of Rincon Ilicevic Member 11 Member 14 Member 16 Sobiech Adler Badelj Member 15 Member 17 Member 19 Jiráček Leo Lam Member 18 Member 20 Lasogga - 21 Beister, 23 Van der Vaart (k), 24 Rajković, 25 John, 27 Ironbay, 28 Tah, 29 Stritzel, 31 Zoua 32 Steinmann - 34 Nafiu - 37 Tesche - 44 Kačar - Head coach: Slomka


Paul Scharner

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