Popular/Famous football players: Eidur Gudjohnsen-Fulham Striker

Eidur Gudjohnsen-Fulham Striker Eidur Gudjohnsen (born September 15, 1978) is an Icelandic footballer who plays for the English football club “Fulham” as a striker in a number 22 t-shirt. Eidur Gudjohnsen joined Fulham in January on loan from “Stoke City football club” until the end of the 2010/11 season. He also captained the Iceland international team. Gudjohnsen has scored a total of 160 goals throughout his career for the club and international team. Gudjohnsen started his football career at “Valur Reykjavic/football club”. Eidur joined “Bolton Wenderers football club” in 1998 where he proved as one of the best strikers and caught the eye of many clubs.

Gudjohnsen was born in Reykjavik, Iceland. He is an outstanding player with a high degree of tactical awareness and great skills over the ball, confident and always hungry for the goals. He has played a lot of football with great names like Chelsea football club, Barcelona football club, Bolton Wenderers, and Tottenham Hotspur football club.

Gudjohnsen has won countless honours with two Premier League titles, one La Liga title, the Eredivisie title, the Copa del Rey and the favorite and noticeable UEFA Champions League, which makes him different from the other players in the Fulham squad.

He scored 19 total goals in his 59 appearances for Bolton during the 1998 and 2000 years. The toughest year for Bolton Wenderers was 2000 when they fell deep into a financial crisis and started giving the big names on loan; Gudjohnsen moved to “Chelsea/football club” for £4 million transfer fees. He scored 54 goals in 196 appearances for Chelsea during the stay at Stamford Bridge from 2000-2006.

In 2006 he moved to “Barcelona/football club” and scored 10 goals in 72 appearances before joining “Monaco/football club” on a two year deal in 2009. Even so, he was loaned to “Tottenham Hotspur/football club” for the remainder of the 2009/10 season.

Gudjohnsen made his debut for Fulham on February 5, 2011, against “Aston Villa/football club”, where they drew 2-2 at Villa Park.

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