Mart Poom

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ABOUT

Mart Poom (/ˌmɑːrt ˈpoʊm/; Estonian pronunciation: [ˈmɑrt ˈpoːm]; born 3 February 1972) is an Estonian football coach and former professional player. He is currently the goalkeeping coach of the Estonia national football team. Poom played as a goalkeeper for Lõvid, Sport Tallinn, KuPS, Flora, Wil, Portsmouth, Derby County, Sunderland, Arsenal, and Watford. Poom made his international debut on 3 June 1992 in Estonia's first official match since restoration of independence, a 1–1 draw against Slovenia in a friendly. He made a total of 120 appearances for Estonia and was the team's captain. Poom won the Estonian Footballer of the Year award a record six times, in 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2000 and 2003. In November 2003, Poom was named Estonia's Golden Player. He ended his career on 10 June 2009, after a 0–0 draw against Portugal.

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Date Of Birth

03.02.1972

Age

45

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