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|Full name||Hallam Hope|
|Date of birth||17 March 1994|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of -.|
† Appearances (Goals).
Halam Hope (born 17 March 1994) is an English (his second nationality is Trinidad and Tobago) footballer who plays as a Forward for Everton in the Premier League and the England national under-18 team.
Hallam joined Merseyside`s biggest club Everton from Manchester City in 2005. Born in Manchester, he signed a full-time scholarship with the Blues in July 2010. An integral part of the Blues' Under-16s set-up during the 2009/10 campaign, the striker also featured regularly for the Under-18s and was part of the Toffees' 2010 FA Youth Cup squad. Hallam made his first international appearance for England against Wales in the Victory Shield in October 2009, and scored twice for his country in the 'Young Lions' 3-1 win over Ukraine in France's Montaigu Tournament in March 2010. Although he has represented England at international level, Hallam is also eligible to represent Trinidad & Tobago and Barbados. During the 2010/11 campaign, he was a key player as Everton charged to the national academy title and was rewarded with a reserve-team breakthrough the following campaign.
The striker has been a regular goalscorer at whatever level he has found himself and the 2010-11 campaign saw a great return of seven goals in nine appearances for the U17 team on their way to qualifying for the European Championship Finals.
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