Peter Crouch is an English striker, born on 30th January 1981, who plays for Burnley. Crouch signed his first professional contract with Tottenham Hotspur, but never appeared for the first team in this spell. In July 2000, he left Spurs to join QPR, although he only remained with the R’s for one season before joining Portsmouth for another solitary campaign. A disappointing period with Aston Villa followed, including a short loan to Norwich. Southampton then signed the towering forward in 2004, despite becoming first choice striker under Harry Redknapp he left the club to join Liverpool in 2005. His spell at Liverpool was turbulent, as form fluctuated throughout. The arrival of Fernando Torres saw Crouch play a backup role, leading to his move to Portsmouth in 2008. Another one season stint at Fratton Park was followed by a return to Tottenham, which saw Crouch play in the Champions League again, as he had at Liverpool. Summer 2011 saw yet another transfer for the striker, with Stoke City breaking their own record fee to take him to the club. Crouch made his senior international debut in 2005 and featured at two World Cups for his country. In January 2019, Crouch joined Premier League side, Burnley. The deal saw Sam Vokes head to stoke in a swap deal.