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Robert Snodgrass is Scottish international midfielder who plays for West Ham United. Born on 7th September 1987, the technically adept left-footer joined Livingstone as a youngster and made his senior debut in November 2006 in the Scottish Championship. After impressing for the Scotland team that reached the final of UEFA U19 European Youth Championships that summer, he was contacted by Barcelona about a trial, although the deal ultimately came to anything. After helping Stirling Albion gain promotion from Scottish Division One while on loan during 2006/7, he signed permanently for Leeds United in 2008, where he was twice a loser in the League One play-offs clinching automatic promotion to the Championship in 2010. Norwich City signed Snodgrass for £3m in June 2012, but after relegation from the Premier League the Scot joined Hull City for £6m in July 2014. A career-threatening knee injury meant his spent over a year out, however on his return Snodgrass was part of the Tigers’ side that won promotion via the 2015/16 Championship play-offs. Snodgrass made his Scotland debut in February 2011 and scored a hat-trick against Malta in a World Cup Qualifying match in September 2016.