Coe, Nathan

* The number of games and goals for a professional club is considered only for various leagues of national championships, adjusted as of October 24, 2014.
** The number of games and goals for a national team in official matches.
Nathan Coe at Wikimedia Commons
Nathan Coe (Eng. Nathan Coe; June 1, 1984, Brisbane, Australia) - Australian footballer, goalkeeper. He played in the Australian national team.
Contents
1 Career
1.1 Club
1.2 In the team
2 Achievements
3 Matches for the team
4 Notes
5 Links
Career
Clubbing
Started his career at Australian clubs. In January 2002, he moved to the Internazionale Milan, however, he never played for the main team, playing mainly for the junior team. In July 2004, he transferred to the Dutch PSV in a free transfer, in which he became the champion of the Netherlands in 2006. In early 2007, he moved to Copenhagen. At one of the trainings, he suffered a meniscus injury and in February he underwent surgery [1]. In May, he recovered from his injury and began training in the general group [2]. This year, Copenhagen became the champion and received the right to speak in European competitions. The first match for the club was played on September 15 with Horsens, replacing the injured Jesper Christiansen. In March 2009, it was leased to the Swedish club Ergruet, for which it debuted on April 13 in the Malmö match, having conceded 3 goals in this meeting [3]. Upon returning from a lease in August, he signed a contract with another Danish Super League club Randers. Rarely falling into the main team, a year later Nathan was exchanged for the goalkeeper of the “Sönnerjüsk” David Ousted [4]. For his new club, he made his debut on July 18 in a game with his former Copenhagen team. In it, Coe missed three goals, and the meeting ended with the score 1: 3 [5].
2012, Coe returned to Australia, signed a contract with Melbourne Victory for 3 years. He made his debut for the team against the Newcastle Jets, the match ended in a club victory with a score of 2: 1
In the national team
As part of the youth national team of Australia he took part in the World Championship among youths not older than 17 years of 2001, held in Trinidad and Tobago [6]. The Australians reached the quarter finals, where they lost to the Nigeria national team with a score of 1: 5 [7]. In 2003, played for Australia at the World Youth Championship in the United Arab Emirates [8]. The Australian national team left the first place in the group in the 1/16 final, where it lost 0-1 to the hosts - the UAE team [9].
Since 2007, it has been called up to the national team. The first call I received for the match with the Nigeria national team on November 19, 2007, but I spent the whole game on the bench. He made his debut for the Australian national team on January 5, 2011 in a friendly game with the United Arab Emirates, having entered the field after the break instead of Brad Jones [10]. At the Asian Cup, held in Qatar, was present in the application of the team, but did not play at the tournament. Australia made it to the finals, where they lost in extra time to the Japanese national team with a score of 0: 1.
Achievements
Champion of the Netherlands: 2005/06
Champion of Denmark: 2006/07
Bronze medalist of the championship of Denmark: 2007 / 08
Asian Cup silver medalist: 2011
Matches for the national team - #
Date - Venue - Opponent - Result
Tournament - 1 - January 5, 2011
Sheikh Khalifa, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates 0: 0 - Friendly Match 2/5 June 5, 2011 Adelaide-Oval, Adelaide, Australia
New Zealand
3: 0
Friendlies
Notes
↑ Nathan opereret i knæet Copenhagen official website, February 14, 2007 ( ASCT.)
↑ Nathan Coe tilbage på træningsbanen official website "Copenhagen", May 12, 2007 (Danish.)
↑ Malmö FF vs. Örgryte Soccerway.com, April 13, 2008
↑ David Ousted til Randers FC Randers Official Website (Danish)
↑ SønderjyskE vs. København Soccerway.com, July 18, 2010
English ↑ FIFA U-17 World Cup. Trinidad and Tobago 2001. Australia FIFA Official Website
↑ Nigeria - Australia. Match report FIFA Official Website (English)
↑ FIFA U-20 World Cup. UAE 2003. Australia FIFA Official Website
↑ Australia - United Arab Emirates. Match report FIFA Official Website
↑ UAE vs. Australia Soccerway.com, January 5, 2011 (Eng.)
Links
Player profile on the Sönnerjüsk site (Danish)
Statistics on the National Football Teams site (eng)
Profile on the transfermarkt website .com (English)
p • o • p
Melbourne Victory - current squad
2 Jeria • 3 Galloway • 4 Ansell • 5 Georgievski • 6 Broxam • 7 Finkler • 8 Berisha • 9 Bararuses • 10 Thompson • 13 Bozanich • 14 Ben Halfalla • 15 Gallifuoco • 16 Mahazi • 17 Delpierre • 18 Murnain • 19 Howard • 20 Thomas (c) • 21 Valerie (c) • 22 Makarunas • 24 Deng • 30 Spinella (c) • Donachi • Trainer: Kevin Muscat
p • o • p
S Australian Cup - Asian Cup 2011 - 2nd place
1 Schwarzer (c) • 2 Neal • 3 Karni • 4 Cahill • 5 Chulina • 6 Oghenovsky • 7 Emerton • 8 Wilkshire • 9 McDonald • 10 Kewell • 11 Burns • 12 Coe (c) • 13 North • 14 Holman • 15 Edinak • 16 Valerie • 17 Mackay • 18 Jones (c) • 19 Garcia • 20 Spiranovich • 21 McCain • 22 Kilkenny • 23 Cruz • coach: Holger Osijek


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