35 Facts About Grant Holt

1. Grant Holt was born in 1980s, in the middle of Millennials generation.

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2. Grant Holt is an English professional wrestler and former professional footballer who is currently an academy coach at Championship club Norwich City.

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3. Grant Holt moved from second to right field late last season, and Tadlock indicated he'll remain in right to start this year.

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4. Grant Holt won his first fight when he was the last man standing in a 40-man Royal Rumble earning him the Crusher Mason Memorial Trophy.

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5. Grant Holt was born on 12 April 1981 and is an English professional wrestler and former professional footballer who is currently an academy coach at Championship club Norwich City.

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6. Grant Holt was born in England on a Sunday, April 12, 1981.

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7. Grant Holt signed a one-year contract with Scottish club Hibernian in June 2016.

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8. Grant Holt joined Wigan Athletic on a three-year deal, on 8 July 2013, for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £2 million.

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9. Grant Holt has now scored on his debut for Sheffield Wednesday, Barrow, Nottingham Forest and Shrewsbury Town.

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10. Grant Holt began his career as a youth player at his hometown club of Carlisle United, but joined Workington after being released aged 18.

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11. Grant Holt has played for a number of non-league and professional clubs, notably making nearly 100 league appearances for Nottingham Forest before signing for Shrewsbury Town in 2008 where he became top goalscorer.

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12. Grant Holt is a professional footballer, who plays as a striker for Barrow.

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13. Grant Holt played for a number of non-league and professional clubs, notably making nearly 100 league appearances for Nottingham Forest before signing for Shrewsbury Town in 2008 where he became top goalscorer, from Shrewsbury he signed for Norwich in 2009.

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14. Grant Holt is an English professional footballer who plays for Wigan Athletic, but as of 27 September 2014, is on loan at Huddersfield Town.

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15. Grant Holt is an English former professional footballer who is currently an academy coach at Championship club Norwich City.

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16. On 16 July 2018 it was announced that Grant Holt would be leaving Barrow.

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17. Grant Holt was released by Hibs in May 2017, at the end of his contract.

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18. On 18 February 2016 Grant Holt joined Rochdale until the end of the season.

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19. On 27 September 2014, Grant Holt joined Huddersfield Town on an initial emergency loan until 8 November 2014.

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20. Grant Holt went to make ten appearance and scoring once before returning to Wigan at the end of the season.

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21. On 18 May 2012, Grant Holt handed in a transfer request six days after being voted Norwich's Player of the Season for the third year running; the request was immediately rejected by Norwich City.

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22. Grant Holt was inducted into the Norwich City Hall of Fame on 20 March 2012.

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23. Grant Holt was the winner of Norwich's player of the season for a second consecutive year as the club were automatically promoted to the Premier League.

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24. Grant Holt scored his first league hat-trick against local rivals Ipswich Town on 28 November 2010.

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25. Grant Holt received his first red card for Norwich City against Brentford on 23 January 2010.

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26. On 24 July 2009, Grant Holt transferred to Norwich City after Shrewsbury Town accepted an undisclosed bid, thought to be £400,000.

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27. Grant Holt made four substitute appearances before returning to Forest in the summer of 2008, saying he would like to stay and fight for his place in Forest's team next season, despite interest being shown from his home town club Carlisle United.

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28. In March 2008, Grant Holt signed on loan with Championship club, Blackpool, making his debut as a late substitute against Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on 22 March.

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29. Grant Holt views his time as Rochdale as his major break-through and it made him a target for many higher league clubs.

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30. Grant Holt dropped down to League Two, signing for Rochdale, for whom he made 83 appearances and scored 42 goals.

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31. Grant Holt had trials with full-time teams but did not get signed until 2003, when Sheffield Wednesday signed him in March 2003.

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32. Grant Holt spent two seasons at Barrow in the Northern Premier League.

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33. Grant Holt moved back to Barrow, taking a part-time job in a factory in the town.

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34. Grant Holt began his career as a youth player at his hometown club Carlisle United, but joined Workington after being released aged 18.

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35. Grant Holt was born on 12 April 1981 and is an English former professional footballer who is currently an academy coach at Championship club Norwich City.

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