Soccer Player

James Coppinger

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Age 43
Birthday January 181981
Birth Sign Capricorn
City England
Country England
Profession Soccer Player

James Coppinger is a famous Soccer Player, born on January 18, 1981 in United Kingdom. As of December 2022, James Coppinger’s net worth is $5 Million. He was sent on loan to Hartlepool United and the Queens Park Rangers during his time with Newcastle United from 1998 to 2002.

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James Coppinger Biography

Attacking midfielder who joined the Doncaster Rovers in 2004 after spending two years with Exeter City. James Coppinger (born 18 January 1981) is an English professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Doncaster Rovers in League One..

He was born in Guisborough, England.

Born in Guisborough, Cleveland, Coppinger started his career as a trainee for Darlington in 1998, though he was signed by fellow north-east side Newcastle United before he even made an appearance. He moved to Newcastle in a £500,000 joint deal with 17-year-old with Paul Robinson in March 1998 when Kenny Dalglish was manager. Coppinger struggled to make any impact while coming through the Newcastle ranks, playing just once as a substitute against Tottenham Hotspur in August 2000.

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He made his debut at Shrewsbury Town on 10 August 2002, netting his first goal two weeks later against Torquay United.

James Coppinger Net Worth

James Coppinger is one of the richest Soccer Player & listed on most popular Soccer Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, James Coppinger‘s net worth $5 Million.

Net Worth $5 Million
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Source of Income Soccer Player
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He spent his youth career with Darlington from 1997 to 1998.

He made his debut at Shrewsbury Town on 10 August 2002, netting his first goal two weeks later against Torquay United.

After two loan spells at Hartlepool United and Queens Park Rangers, Coppinger’s contract at Newcastle was ended by mutual consent and in July 2002 he moved to Exeter City.

Coppinger was bought by Doncaster manager Dave Penney for a reported £30,000 in May 2004 as he looked to strengthen the squad following promotion to League One. He was a constant feature in the side from the start, though in that first season, he failed to score in his 38 appearances. He scored an average of 5 goals in future seasons, his first goal eventually coming on 26 November 2005 in a 2–0 victory over Bristol City at Belle Vue.

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In January 2013, along with several other people, including fellow footballers, Coppinger faced a race-fixing inquiry with allegations of corruption in gambling on horses to lose on Betting exchanges in nine races between 1 November 2010 and 31 March 2011. He strongly denied the charges, though was found guilty of corrupt and fraudulent practices by the British Horseracing Authority and given a three-year ban from any dealings with registered racing individuals.

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Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Soccer Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. James Coppinger celebrates birthday on January 18 of every year.

Doncaster Rovers have worked with the NSPCC since the beginning of 2009. In June 2011, Coppinger, along with Mark Wilson, James O’Connor, other Rovers staff and local Doncaster businessmen David Plant and Brian Butcher walked the 62-mile Inca Trek raising almost £50,000 for the charity.

When did James Coppinger join Doncaster?

Coppinger was bought by Doncaster manager Dave Penney for a reported £30,000 in May 2004 as he looked to strengthen the squad following promotion to League One. He was a constant feature in the side from the start, though in that first season, he failed to score in his 38 appearances.

Where was James Coppinger born?

Guisborough, United Kingdom

Is James Coppinger married?

As the footballing calendar is currently suspended, the Rovers club captain has been looking after his three children while wife Lucie is on duty at the James Cook University hospital.

On 14 September 2010, Coppinger scored a hat-trick against Norwich in a 3–1 victory.

On 21 July 2011, he signed a new contract at Doncaster which would keep him at the Keepmoat until 2014. Doncaster were relegated at the end of the 2011–12 season and needed to offload players to reduce the wage bill. As a result, he became a subject of interest from several Championship clubs including Barnsley, who he rejected a move to. He apparently had other bids for him, but this is unconfirmed. After a few games, on 31 August, he was loaned to Nottingham Forest until January 2013 where he joined ex-Rovers players Simon Gillett and Billy Sharp under his former manager, Sean O’Driscoll. Dissatisfaction with the lack of games at Forest led him to return to Rovers after the loan spell.

Coming on as substitute in the 2–1 win over Stevenage on 12 January 2013, Coppinger reached the milestone of 300 league appearances for Doncaster, one of only ten players to do so at the club. On 27 April 2013, in an incredible final match of the season at Griffin Park, Coppinger scored the winning goal in a 1–0 away victory over Brentford in the final seconds of 5 minutes of added time just moments after Brentford’s Marcello Trotta had hit a penalty against the crossbar. If Brentford had won, they would have been promoted and Doncaster would have had to compete in the play-offs. As it was, his goal put Doncaster one point above Bournemouth and they were crowned champions.

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