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John Hutchinson (born December 29, 1979 in Morwell, Victoriamarker, Australia) is an Australian-born Maltese association football player. He currently plays as a central midfielder for the Australian A-League club Central Coast Mariners.

Club career

He is one of the most highly-lauded prospects to emerge from the Gippsland Falcons youth setup.

After recovering from a knee injury, Hutchinson has become a key player for the Central Coast Mariners, playing in central midfield with Mile Jedinak and Tom Pondeljak in Version 3 of the A-League. This form has lead him to be named one of the most influential players in the A-League and more recently a call up to the Socceroos training squad.

International career

Due to his Maltese descent, he earned a call-up by coach DuĊĦan Fitzel, and he made his international debut for the Maltese national team in an exhibition match against the Czech Republic, where he was employed in centre midfield for the whole game. On June 10, 2009, John Hutchinson played his first full competitive match for Malta in the 2010 World Cup qualifier against Sweden at the Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburgmarker, Sweden.

Honours

With Central Coast Mariners: Personal Honours:

Trivia

In a game against Melbourne Victory in the 09-10 season, while competing for the ball, Hutchinson was accidentally kicked in the testicles by Melbourne Victory player Carlos Hernandez. Numerous videos of the incident subsequently appeared on Youtube with some being watched over 300,000 times

References

  1. A-League's most influential | The Daily Telegraph
  2. Pim Names His Training Camp - Australian FourFourTwo - The Ultimate football Website
  3. Aussie Hutchinson gets Malta call-up
  4. Hutcho kept in Czech on Maltese debut
  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iki1-JHKbg8


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