Henri Lansbury

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Henri Lansbury
Henri Lansbury.jpg
Lansbury with Nottingham Forest in 2016
Personal information
Full name Henri George Lansbury [1]
Date of birth (1990-10-12) 12 October 1990 (age 30) [2]
Place of birth Enfield, London, England
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) [3]
Position(s) Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Luton Town
Number 23
Youth career
1998–1999 Norwich City
1999–2007 Arsenal
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2007–2012 Arsenal 3 (0)
2009Scunthorpe United (loan) 16 (4)
2009–2010Watford (loan) 37 (5)
2010–2011Norwich City (loan) 23 (4)
2011–2012West Ham United (loan) 22 (1)
2012–2017 Nottingham Forest 145 (32)
2017–2021 Aston Villa 41 (2)
2021 Bristol City 16 (0)
2021– Luton Town 8 (0)
National team
2005–2006 England U16 5 (0)
2006–2007 England U17 14 (4)
2007–2009 England U19 11 (4)
2009–2013 England U21 16 (5)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 18:14, 4 October 2021 (UTC)

Henri George Lansbury (born 12 October 1990) is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Championship side Luton Town. [4] He previously played for Arsenal, where he ascended from the club's academy. Lansbury also had spells with sides Scunthorpe United, Watford, Norwich City, West Ham United and Nottingham Forest. [4] and most recently Bristol City. He achieved consecutive promotions to the Premier League in 2010–11 with Norwich and 2011–12 with West Ham. [4] Lansbury also played for England as a youth international. [4]

Contents

Club career

Arsenal

Lansbury was born in Enfield, Greater London and grew up in Potters Bar. In 1999, he joined Arsenal as a schoolboy from the books of Norwich City. [5] As such Lansbury featured as a regular for the club's academy sides. [6] He finally made his first-team debut on 31 October 2007, in Arsenal's 3–0 League Cup win over Sheffield United, when he was brought on to replace Theo Walcott in the 83rd minute. [7] Lansbury missed the second half of the 2007–08 season due to glandular fever but returned to fitness in time to participate in pre-season training and the 2008 pre-season friendly games.

He was described by former Arsenal striker Alan Smith as having "huge potential". [8] On 1 July 2008 he signed his first professional contract with Arsenal. [9] but was restricted to cup games at the club. On 31 January 2009, Lansbury went on loan to Scunthorpe United in League One for a month. [10] [11] He scored on his full debut against Swindon Town in the league, [12] adding three further goals during his loan campaign. Lansbury featured in the FA Youth Cup Final for Arsenal, helping them win the trophy over Liverpool, assisting Gilles Sunu on the first goal and Jay Emmanuel-Thomas on the fourth goal in the first leg 4–1 victory. [13]

On 21 August 2009, Lansbury joined Watford on loan until 31 December 2009. He scored his first goals for them with a brace against Sheffield Wednesday on 23 October 2009. [14] [15]

On 31 December 2009, Lansbury signed a new long-term contract with Arsenal. [16] After signing a new deal, manager Arsène Wenger said that Lansbury "will be a big player". [17] He made his Premier League debut for Arsenal on 9 May 2010 against Fulham on the last day of the season, after returning from his loan spell at Watford. [18] Arsenal won the match 4–0. His first goal for the club came against Tottenham Hotspur in the 3rd round of the League Cup, on 21 September 2010. Lansbury played the full 90 minutes and 30 minutes extra time, as the Gunners ran out 4–1 winners against their bitter North London rivals. It was a goal which he said was like a dream. [19]

After impressing against Spurs, Lansbury went on to be named in the Arsenal squad for their UEFA Champions League game against Shakhtar Donetsk but did not make an appearance off the bench. After a successful loan spell at Norwich City for much of the 2010–11 season, making 23 appearances and being involved in nine goals, he returned to his parent club. He made two substitute appearances for Arsenal at the beginning of the season before joining West Ham United at the end of August 2011 on a season long loan for rest of the 2011–12 season. On 13 September 2011, Lansbury signed a contract extension, for an undisclosed period of time, with Arsenal. [20]

Loan to Norwich City

On 22 November 2010, Lansbury joined Norwich City on a 28-day emergency loan deal to cover for injuries in the City squad. [21] He was given the number 12 shirt and made his debut in the East Anglian derby victory against Ipswich Town on 28 November, setting up a goal for Grant Holt in the process. [22] Lansbury sustained a hamstring injury in the 2–1 away victory over Coventry City. [23] After briefly returning to Arsenal in mid-January, he soon rejoined Norwich on loan until the end of the season. [24] He scored his first two goals for the club in consecutive home games against Millwall and Reading  – the former being a stoppage time winner. [25] [26] He became a cult hero after his goal against Leeds United when he celebrated by doing the Dougie made famous by the song Teach Me How to Dougie. [27]

Lansbury missed out on the 2010–11 Football League Championship Young Player of the Year award after fierce competition from Connor Wickham who at the time was playing for Ipswich Town.

Loan to West Ham United

Lansbury warming up for West Ham United in 2011 HenriLansbury.jpg
Lansbury warming up for West Ham United in 2011

On 31 August 2011, Lansbury joined West Ham United on a season-long loan from Arsenal. [28] He made his debut on 10 September 2011 in a 4–3 home win against Portsmouth scoring West Ham's second goal, eventually finishing with the Man of the Match accolade. [29] In October 2011, Lansbury was ruled out until Christmas with a knee injury. On 21 February 2012, Lansbury was brought on to play in goal against Blackpool after Robert Green had been sent off for a professional foul with West Ham leading 2–1. Manager Sam Allardyce had not named a goalkeeper amongst his substitutes. West Ham went on to win the game 4–1, and fans chanted "England's Number 1" at the final whistle in tribute to Lanbury's second-half goalkeeping debut, keeping a clean-sheet in the process. [30] [31] West Ham's travelling fans also sang 'Are you Ludo (Hammers favourite Ludek Miklosko) in disguise?' to Lansbury in honour of his emergency shot-stopping stint between the sticks. [32]

Lansbury with West Ham won the 2012 Football League Championship play-off final, in a 2–1 beating of Blackpool at Wembley Stadium, a triumph that earned the Irons promotion back to the Premier League, [33] a status that the club has never left from as of present.

Nottingham Forest

Lansbury in training with Nottingham Forest in 2014 Henri Lansbury 2014.jpg
Lansbury in training with Nottingham Forest in 2014

On 28 August 2012, Lansbury joined Football League Championship side Nottingham Forest from Arsenal on a four-year deal [34] for a transfer fee believed to be in excess of £1 million. [35] On 19 February 2013 he scored his first goal for the club by netting the fifth goal in a 6–1 victory over Huddersfield Town. [36] Lansbury scored the first goal of Forest's 2013–14 campaign in the Championship, netting the only goal in a 1–0 victory over Huddersfield Town. [37] Lansbury scored his second goal on his third appearance of the season, in a 3–0 win over Bolton Wanderers. [38]

Having established himself as a regular starter for Forest, Lansbury missed the final months of the 2013–14 season through injury and was strongly linked in the summer with a move to newly promoted Premier League side Burnley. [39] However, Lansbury signed a new three-year contract with Forest on 22 August 2014. [40] He made his return from injury on 26 August 2014, scoring and winning the fan's man of the match award in a 2–0 League Cup second round victory over Huddersfield Town. [41] Lansbury then started Forest's next game in the Championship away at Sheffield Wednesday. He played 68 minutes of the game and scored Forest's winner in the thirty-seventh minute. [42] Lansbury also went on to win the EFL Championship Player of the Month award of February 2015. [43]

Prior to and during the 2015–16 Championship season, Lansbury was once again linked with a transfer to Burnley. Despite the continued media speculation and negotiations between Forest and Burnley, Lansbury's manager Dougie Freedman praised his new captain's attitude and commented that his performance against Rotherham was a "delight to watch". [44] Less than a week after the Rotherham game, a statement was released by Forest on 20 August 2015 confirming that Lansbury had declared his intention to stay at the club. [45]

"His commitment is not in question. That is why he is still the captain, because he plays with commitment for this side. He has always done that. I am sure that will not change. He is a very good player for us; he has been very good for us in the last few games. He has a good mentality; one that is an example to the rest of the squad."

Former Forest head coach Philippe Montanier on Lansbury. [46]

Lansbury continued to be a first-team regular during the 2016–17 season under the new management of Philippe Montanier, and scored his first career hat-trick on 25 November 2016 to inspire Forest to a 5–2 defeat of Barnsley at Oakwell. [47] After the game Montanier stressed the importance of successfully negotiating a new deal for Lansbury, whose contract was due to expire in the summer of 2017. [46] Lansbury himself expressed a desire to stay at the club in an interview with Sky Sports, describing Forest as his "second home". [48] On 9 December Lansbury was awarded the Championship Player of the Month Award for November, being the second time that he's won such. His outstanding performance in Forest's win over Barnsley was cited as a factor in him being bestowed with the honour by Sky Sports pundit Don Goodman. [49]

In January 2017, and with his contract situation unresolved, Lansbury was the subject of bids from Derby County and Aston Villa, the latter of which was reported to be worth £3 million. [50] Amid the speculation, Lansbury missed Forest's FA Cup defeat at Wigan Athletic on 7 January because his "head was not right to play". [51] On 20 January, after reported interest from Watford, Celtic and Norwich City, Lansbury completed a transfer to Aston Villa to bring an end to his four-and-a-half-year stay at Forest. [52]

Aston Villa

Lansbury signed for Aston Villa on 20 January 2017 for a reported fee of £3 million. [53] He scored his first goal for the Villans against Leeds United on 1 December 2017 to earn his side a 1–1 draw. [54] However, after the appointment of Dean Smith as Aston Villa manager in October 2018, Lansbury found it difficult to find regular game time, playing mostly in cup competitions. At the start of the 2020–21 Premier League season, Lansbury found himself behind John McGinn, Conor Hourihane and Jacob Ramsey in the pecking order. [55] On 15 September 2020, he made his 50th appearance for Aston Villa, after 3-and-a-half years with the club, in a 3–1 away victory over Burton Albion in the EFL Cup. [56]

On 20 October 2020, Aston Villa confirmed their squad for the 2020-21 Premier League season, which did not include Lansbury. [57]

On 29 January 2021, Lansbury departed Aston Villa after agreeing a mutual termination of his contract. [58]

Bristol City

On 29 January 2021, Lansbury joined Championship side Bristol City on a short-term contract until the end of the 2020–21 season. [59] Lansbury made his Bristol City debut on 6 February, in a 0–2 home league defeat to Cardiff City. [60]

Luton Town

On 14 May 2021, Lansbury left Bristol City following the expiration of his contract, he was then immediately signed by Luton Town.

International career

Lansbury has featured for England as a youth international. He captained England's U-16 side and helped take their U17s to the final of the 2007 UEFA U-17 European Championship. [61] He went on to miss the final due to a concussion that he suffered during the semi-final of the tournament. [62] Lansbury also held the captain's armband at the U-19 level where he took England to the 2009 UEFA U-19 European Championship final against Ukraine where they emerged as runners up. He scored three goals to end up as the second highest scorer of the tournament altogether. [63] [64]

Lansbury made his debut for the U21 team in a game against Portugal in November 2009. On 16 November 2010, in an England Under-21 friendly to Germany, Lansbury replaced Jason Steele in goal when he was red carded. He let in the resulting penalty by Cenk Tosun but then kept Germany at bay for the rest of the match. [65] Lansbury was called up to England's U-21 squad for the 2011 UEFA Under-21 Championships featuring in all three group stage matches as a substitute. On 1 September 2011 he started for England in an 2013 UEFA Under-21 Championships qualifier against Azerbaijan. In an impressive display he scored twice, assisted two further goals and was named man of the match as England won 6–0. [66] On 29 February 2012, he scored two goals as England U21 secured a play-off spot for Euro 2013 with a 4–0 victory at The Riverside over Belgium U21. [67]

Career statistics

As of match played 1 May 2021
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
ClubSeasonLeague FA Cup League Cup OtherTotal
DivisionAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
Arsenal 2007–08 [68] Premier League 0000100010
2008–09 [69] Premier League0000300030
2009–10 [70] Premier League100010
2010–11 [71] Premier League00110011
2011–12 [72] Premier League20000020
Total3000510081
Scunthorpe United (loan)2008–09 [69] League One 164002 [lower-alpha 1] 0184
Watford (loan) 2009–10 [70] Championship 3751010395
Norwich City (loan) 2010–11 [71] Championship23400234
West Ham United (loan) 2011–12 [72] Championship221101 [lower-alpha 2] 0241
Nottingham Forest 2012–13 [73] Championship3250000325
2013–14 [74] Championship2971000307
2014–15 [75] Championship391000114011
2015–16 [76] Championship2841000294
2016–17 [77] Championship1760020196
Total14532203115033
Aston Villa 2016–17 [77] Championship18000180
2017–18 [78] Championship102101000122
2018–19 [79] Championship3010100050
2019–20 [80] Premier League1001040150
2020–21 [81] Premier League00003030
Total412309000532
Bristol City 2020–21 [81] Championship16000160
Career total30348701823033150

Honours

Arsenal

West Ham United

Aston Villa

England U19

Individual

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