49 Facts About Jack Butland

1. Jack Butland had his international breakthrough in September 2011 when he made an appearance for England under—21 team.

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2. Jack Butland will be foremost in paying homage to a Stoke City legend tomorrow—and applauding a former Stoke City favourite back to his old stamping ground.

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3. Jack Butland had his international breakthrough in September 2011 when he made an appearance for England under—21 team.

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4. Jack Butland will be foremost in paying homage to a Stoke City legend tomorrow—and applauding a former Stoke City favourite back to his old stamping ground.

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5. Jack Butland had his international breakthrough in September 2011 when he made an appearance for England under—21 team.

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6. Jack Butland will be foremost in paying homage to a Stoke City legend tomorrow—and applauding a former Stoke City favourite back to his old stamping ground.

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7. Jack Butland will honour the late, great Gordon Banks by wearing a replica of the kit the club legend graced when Stoke City beat Chelsea in the 1972 League Cup final.

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8. Jack Butland is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Championship club Stoke City and the England national team.

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9. Jack Butland had his international breakthrough in September 2011 when he made an appearance for England under—21 team.

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10. Jack Butland was speaking after spending more than an hour with around 50 budding young goalkeepers taking part in a half-term soccer school at the Stoke City Dome.

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11. Jack Butland has no doubt Stoke City was all the weaker for losing a player and character like Whelan ahead of what transpired to be the club's last season in the Premier League.

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12. Jack Butland will be foremost in paying homage to a Stoke City legend tomorrow—and applauding a former Stoke City favourite back to his old stamping ground.

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13. Jack Butland was born on 10 March 1993 and is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Championship club Stoke City and the England national team.

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14. Jack Butland was born in Bristol, [6] and raised in nearby Clevedon where he attended Yeo Moor Primary School and Clevedon Community School.

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15. Jack Butland is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Stoke City and the England national team.

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16. Jack Butland is unmarried but he is in affair with Annabel Payton.

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17. Jack Butland signed a professional contract with Birmingham City in March 2010.

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18. Jack Butland started his career by joining the youth team of Clevedon United.

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19. Jack Butland is one of the famous player of England.

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20. Jack Butland is an English footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Derby County on loan from Stoke City, and for the England national team.

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21. Jack Butland is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Championship club Stoke City and the English national team.

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22. Jack Butland has a height of 6 feet 5 inches, which is around 196cm.

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23. Jack Butland had met Anabel in early 2016 when his team Stoke City was away on a mid-season holiday trip to Dubai.

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24. Jack Butland had his international breakthrough in September 2011 when he made an appearance for England under—21 team.

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25. Jack Butland helped his loan team to gain automatic promotion, keeping numerous clean sheets.

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26. Jack Butland was born on the 10th of March 1993 and his birthplace is Bristol in England but was raised in nearby Clevedon by his parents where he attended the Yeo Moor Primary School and the Clevedon Community School.

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27. Jack Butland is an English footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for the England national team.

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28. Jack Butland is the latest Stoke City player to fall under the spell of manager and "magician" Nathan Jones.

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29. Jack Butland is confident that Nathan Jones is the right man at the right time for Stoke City's under-performing dressing room.

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30. In December 2015, Jack Butland donated £5,000 to the Great Britain women's deaf football team.

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31. In January 2014, Jack Butland had his car, an Audi RS5, stolen from his house in Walsall.

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32. Jack Butland was named in the 23-man England national team squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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33. Jack Butland conceded once, to a Daniele De Rossi header from a corner, and was replaced at half time by Ruddy.

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34. Jack Butland was only included after receiving special dispensation to participate, as the FA had decided that no players in England's Euro 2012 squad would be eligible for selection.

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35. Jack Butland was named in Stuart Pearce's 18-man Great Britain squad for the 2012 London Olympics.

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36. Jack Butland conceded only st the Nigerians in the last 16, but that was enough to defeat an England side that failed to score in any of their four matches.

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37. In March 2016 Jack Butland signed a long-term contract with the Potters keeping him contracted until the summer of 2021.

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38. Jack Butland played in three matches in May 2015, keeping two clean sheets against Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley.

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39. Jack Butland signed a contract extension with Stoke in March 2015 keeping him contracted at Stoke until the summer of 2019.

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40. Jack Butland played six times for the Rams before returning to Stoke.

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41. On 20 October 2014 Jack Butland joined Derby County on a one-month loan.

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42. Jack Butland went straight into the starting eleven, and kept a clean sheet against AFC Wimbledon to help maintain Cheltenham in the automatic promotion positions.

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43. In February 2012, Jack Butland rejoined Cheltenham on a youth loan until the end of the season.

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44. Jack Butland went straight into the starting eleven to make his Football League debut at home to Macclesfield Town on 10 September 2011, displacing Scott Brown who had until then made 107 consecutive starts for the club.

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45. Jack Butland became the youngest goalkeeper to play for the senior England team when he made his debut in August 2012.

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46. Jack Butland began his career with Birmingham City, and made his debut in the Football League in September 2011 while on loan to League Two club Cheltenham Town.

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47. Jack Butland was born on 10 March 1993 and is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Championship club Stoke City and the English national team.

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48. Jack Butland still in line for advice from harshest critic after match-winning turn at Bristol City.

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49. Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland was born in Bristol but somehow was not picked up by either Rovers or City despite growing up just down the road.

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