Joel Lynch

Joel John Lynch ( born October 3, 1987 in Eastbourne ) is an English footballer who plays for Huddersfield Town since 2012.

Sports career

Brighton & Hove Albion

Joel Lynch went through the youth section of Brighton & Hove Albion and graduated early January 2006, his debut for the first team of Brighton. The beginning of his career was under an unlucky star, because his club was at the end of the season as Table in the Football League One. The first full season was only marginally better, his team was ranked 18 and was so far from a direct resurgence. Lynch could at least distinguish the undisputed master player and aroused the interest of this higher class clubs. He came up with 39 League Appearances, however, was able to achieve no results. The season 2007/ 08 was for the club to 7th place successful, the rise, however, was missed. In the next season Joel Lynch lost his place in the starting line- and urged a change of club, this was finally granted to him in the form of a loan business to Nottingham Forest.

Nottingham Forest

In Nottingham Lynch summed up fast walk, benefiting from the injury of the root defender Julian Bennett. His team succeeded in the 2008 / 09 season, the hard-fought relegation in the second English top flight. In July 2009 he signed a three-year contract at Nottingham Forest and goes for £ 200,000 the club. In the season 2009/10 he completed ten league games for his team, missing only in the play-off semi-final promotion to the Premier League. Also 2010/11 reached Forest after a sixth place in the standings, the playoffs, but failed again prematurely. Lynch remained behind the loaned Ryan Bertrand and Paul Konchesky only reserve player.

Huddersfield Town

On July 11, 2012 Lynch moved to second division promoted Huddersfield Town and signed a three-year contract.