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Full name Aaron Hunt

Date of birth September 4, 1986

Place of birth Goslar, Germany

Position Striker

Club information

Current club Werder Bremen

Werder Bremen Youth

Professional clubs1

Years Club App (Gls)

2001 - Present Werder Bremen 29 - (6)

National team

Germany U-16 - 10 (6)

Germany U-17 - 3 (0)

Germany U-21 - 5 (1)



Has had a serious Knee injury which kept him out of Footy for 4 months, would take him on loan before making any decision.

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Aaron Hunt A talented youngster who can play in midfield or attack, Aaron Hunt is blessed with blistering pace and a vicious left-foot shot.



Hunt, a youth and Under-21 international with Germany, joined Werder Bremen in 2001 after junior spells with GSC Goslar and VfL Oker. In 2003/04 he was added to Bremen's first-team squad after a series of superb displays for the reserves. He made his Bundesliga début in September 2004 against Hannover 96, appearing ten times in the league, including two starts, and once in the UEFA Champions League. He made seven more league appearances in 2005/06, and came on as a substitute six times in the UEFA Champions League. Hunt also scored twice for Bremen in the German Cup.


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Has a German father and an English mother. However, as England's Football Association failed to approach him he finally decided to play for Germany, where he was born. He made his U21 début against England in September 2005.

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Micah Richards and Anton Ferdinand said they were called Monkeys by two of the germany players. FA complained to UEFA but nothing was ever done.


Of the apparent incident Aaron Hunt, said there had been verbal sparring during the game but nothing remotely racist. "I did not use any racist terms whatsoever," Hunt said in a federation statement.


"Obviously, there were some fierce verbal exchanges, but that sort of thing happens in every match. I just spent a week with the Under-21 team and shared a room together with Kevin Prince Boateng. He's a black player. I hope that says it all."


Hunt recently made his German début but is unlikely to leave as Bremen are resigned to losing Klose in the summer and they dont want to lose two of their best players in a short time.

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