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Tue 30 November 2021 | 18:30

Aaron Frank Mooy is an Australian footballer who now plays for Shanghai Port and the Australia national team as a midfielder. Aaron, a Sydney native, began his professional career with St Mirren after playing junior football for the New South Wales Institute of Sport and Bolton Wanderers.

In 2012, he returned to Sydney to play for Western Sydney Wanderers, and two years later, he moved to Melbourne City. When Mooy joined

Manchester City

in 2016, he was loaned out to Huddersfield Town, where he helped the team achieve promotion to the Premier League.

In June 2017, he secured a permanent contract with

Huddersfield Town

. Mooy joined Premier League team Brighton & Hove Albion on a permanent basis in January 2020, before transferring to Shanghai SIPG in China in August 2020. Since his debut in 2012, Mooy has been capped 47 times by Australia, scoring six goals in the process. He also competed in the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2009. Let’s take a look at top facts about Aaron Mooy.

Top Facts About Aaron Mooy You Might Want to Know

Aaron Frank Mooy, or simply Aaron Mooy plays as a central midfielder. He has played for a number of Australian soccer clubs as well as Manchester City of the English

Premier League

.

Aaron Mooy is a gifted footballer who has shone in the Premier League with his efforts for Huddersfield Town A.F.C. His most recent knee ailment kept him out for several weeks. He tore his medial collateral ligament in his right knee.

He played for Australia's youth teams and represented the country at the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia before making his international debut in 2012. He is also married and the father of two children with his wife. Continue reading to learn more about Aron Mooy. The analysis of top facts about Aaron Mooy involves his Childhood Story, Early Life, Parents, Family background, Wife (Nicola Mooy), Lifestyle, Net Worth and Personal Life.

Aaron Mooy Early Life & Family Background

Aaron Frank Mooy was born in Sydney, Australia, on September 15th. Aaron Kuhlman, not Aaron Mooy, was his given name at birth. When his Dutch mother divorced his father when Mooy was a toddler, she changed his surname.

In reality, Mooy only ever saw his father once, and it was when he was a toddler. The quiet, blond-haired toddler had a liking for football, which his parents encouraged. He was addicted to watching Australian night football (Premier League) on TV and was enraged over it at the time.

Mooy would even shop for Manchester United Premier League jerseys at flea markets. Aaron had to watch

David Beckham

anytime he was on TV since he was his favorite. He'll practice his free-kicks and pretend to be Beckham after seeing him. Aaron couldn't quit thinking about becoming a football player as football became a huge part of his childhood.

To begin his young career, he enrolled at Sydney Olympic Park's New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS). Mooy followed in the footsteps of many other footballers and left his home at an early age to pursue his aspirations. With sun-bleached locks and a burning desire, he departed Australia at the age of 15 as shown below.

After being scouted by Chris Sulley, he began his career in Europe as a youth scholar at

Bolton Wanderers

. In July 2010, Aaron Mooy turned down a contract extension from Bolton in order to play more first-team football.

On October 23, 2010, he joined Scottish Premier League club St Mirren. Surprisingly, Mooy left England for Scotland before returning to

Western Sydney Wanderers

in the A-League in 2012.

He returned to England in 2016 to play for Manchester City. He progressed from a loan to a permanent position with Huddersfield Town. As they say, the rest is history. Stay tuned to read

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Aaron Mooy Information

Now that we know him much better, it is time for us to share some general information about him in this section of top facts about Aaron Mooy such as

Aaron Mooy Date of Birth.

  • Full Name

    : Aaron Frank Mooy

  • Birth Date

    : 1990, September 15

  • Age

    : 31 Years Old

  • Birth Place:

    Sydney, Australia

  • NickName

    : Aaron Kuhlman

  • Religion

    : Unknown

  • Aaron Mooy Nationality

    : Australian

  • Ethnicity

    : White

  • Education

    : Not Available

  • Aaron Mooy Horoscope

    : Virgo

  • Father’s Name:

    Unknown

  • Mother’s Name

    : N/A

  • Siblings

    : N/A

  • Height

    : 1.74 meters

  • Weight

    : 75 kg

  • Eye Color

    : Black

  • Build

    : Athletic

  • Marital status

    : married

  • Wife

    : Nicola Mooy

  • professional

    : Professional Footballer

  • Active Since

    : 2005

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Who is Nicola Mooy? Aaron Mooy’s Wife

Aaron Mooy found the love of his life in 2011 while playing for St Mirren F.C. in Scotland. Aaron and Nicola grew up in love and peace together. They see their partnership as an experience that will last a lifetime. Aaron Mooy's life changed when his first child was born, as it did for any new father.

The Australian actress had more reasons than most to pause for thought. “Now that I have a kid (Skylar), I understand how much I adore my baby,” he says. It's already ludicrous. He, like my father, does not want to see me. In reality, I'm not sure what you're talking about. Now I'm content. I don't want to think about it because it happened in the past.

I used to obsess over football, and if I had a horrible game, I'd dwell on it for days. Aaron Mooy remarked, "Now that I have my son, it takes my mind off it." The former Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne City midfielder met Nicola in 2011 and was overjoyed to marry her. “At long last, she’s, my wife!” "What an incredible day," he said on Instagram.

Aaron Mooy Family Life

Despite his family's turmoil, Mooy grew up in a loving home, with his brave mother serving as a rock and a compassionate stepfather, Alan Todd, whom Aaron adores. Aaron's father, Aaron's paternal grandfather, was born in Germany. Aaron once decided to meet his true father because he needed him to sign a column on his yet-to-be-received Dutch passport.

"I met him once to ask him to sign documents for my Dutch passport, and that was the only time," Aaron says of Mooy... "I was maybe 14 at the time, soon before I traveled to England." It was only a few minutes long.

He was once in a shopping mall with other Western Sydney Wanderers players when this youngster approached him and said, "Hi, I'm a Kuhlman, we have the same father, and my mother has photos of you as a baby." According to Aaron Mooy... "I was stunned, speechless, and really uneasy. I knew he had children, but I had no idea how many or how old they were. I doubt I'll ever speak to him.

I didn't want to know him as a child, and I was always upset when he didn't contact me after such a long time. Playing soccer for Carlingford Redbacks with my stepfather as a coach is one of my first recollections." Let’s continue to read the

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Aaron Mooy Personal Life

Aaron Mooy has the following attribute to his personality. He is dependable (in both personal and professional relationships), analytical, kind, hardworking, and pragmatic. He is constantly worried and can work all day without playing.

Shaving his hair, animals, a good diet, books, nature, and cleanliness are some of Aaron Mooy's favorite things. Rudeness, begging for help, and taking center stage are among Aaron Mooy's pet peeves. In conclusion, Aaron is someone who pays close attention to the slightest things, and his profound sense of humanity causes him to be extremely cautious in his dealings with others.

Aaron Mooy Net Worth & Salary

So, what is Aaron Mooy's current net worth? The Australian soccer star has a net worth of around 7.50 million pounds at the age of thirty-one. This is equivalent to approximately 8.90 million euros or $10.26 million USD. Because it's difficult to predict spending behaviors over time, net worth estimations differ. Aaron Mooy's fortune stems primarily from his career as a soccer player. Stay tuned to read

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Aaron Mooy Career

Mooy joined St Mirren in the Scottish Premier Competitive on October 23, 2010, and made his league debut the following day in a 3–0 loss to Hearts. He was given a new contract in April 2011 after making 18 appearances in all competitions and scoring once.

In May, he signed a two-year contract with the club. Mooy suffered a stress fracture in his back during the 2011–12 season, which ended his season. His condition began to improve as the months passed. Soon after, he sought treatment from a professional to help him recover from his injury.

Mooy returned to Australia on a free transfer after leaving St Mirren and was named one of the three inaugural signings for the new A-League team Western Sydney Wanderers on June 25. In his first season with the Wanderers, he made 23 appearances and scored one goal, winning the Premiership and reaching the Grand Final.

The following season, Mooy played in his second consecutive A-League grand final, as the Wanderers finished second in the Championship for the second year in a row. On May 21, 2014, Mooy was released by Western Sydney Wanderers, and on the same day, he joined A-League rivals

Melbourne City

. He scored his first goal against Brisbane Roar, and he also scored against Western Sydney Wanderers in both games.

He was named Melbourne City's Player of the Year at the end of the season, and he was also the club's highest scorer with eight assists. When Mooy re-signed with Melbourne City for the 2015–16 season, he became the youngest ever marquee player in A-League history. He scored a hat-trick against

Heidelberg United

in the FFA Cup quarter-finals on September 29, with two of the goals coming from outside the box, making him the first City player to score a hat-trick in the competition.

Former Socceroo goalkeeper Mark Bosnich rated him as "the best Australian midfielder playing anywhere in the world" during his time with Melbourne City, while Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou called him the "best and most exciting player in the A-League." Melbourne City reportedly turned down a $2 million bid from Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr for Mooy.

On March 5, 2016, he assisted Bruno Fornaroli on two of his three goals, bringing his season total to 20 assists, an A-League record. Manchester City signed Mooy to a three-year contract on June 30, 2016. Mooy was loaned to Championship club Huddersfield Town for the 2016–17 season just six days after signing for Manchester City.

Huddersfield Town and Manchester City had agreed on a fee to sign Mooy on a permanent basis on June 15, 2017. According to reports, the charge will start at £8 million and might rise to £10 million depending on add-ons. For Mooy, City would have a buy-back clause.

The move was completed on June 30th. Mooy made his Premier League debut for Huddersfield in their opening game of the 2017–18 season, a 3–0 victory over

Crystal Palace

, with Mooy scoring two goals. One week later, he scored his first Premier League goal, the game's only goal, as Huddersfield overcame Newcastle United.

Mooy signed

Brighton & Hove Albion

on a season-long loan from Huddersfield Town on August 8, 2019. On January 24, 2020, Mooy signed a three-and-a-half-year permanent contract with Brighton. On August 28, 2020, it was reported that Mooy has signed for the Shanghai SIPG of the Chinese Super League after triggering a £4 million release clause.

"I have really enjoyed working with him, and on behalf of everyone at the club, I would want to thank him for his contribution and wish him well for the future," stated Brighton head coach

Graham Potter

. Through his parentage, Mooy was eligible to represent Germany or the Netherlands.

Between 2008 and 2009, Mooy made 10 appearances for the Young Socceroos, scoring four goals. He scored in his second game against Brazil at the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup, where he featured in two group stage games before Australia was eliminated. In August 2009, he was called up to the senior Australian team for a friendly against the Republic of Ireland.

Mooy expressed his ambition to play for Australia at the 2012 Summer Olympics in late 2011, but they were unsuccessful in qualifying for London 2012. Mooy was named to a squad to play Germany and Macedonia on March 11, 2015.

He scored the fifth goal in a 5–0 defeat over Bangladesh in a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Perth on September 3, 2015. Due to his mother's Dutch ancestry, he also has a Dutch passport. He was nominated to Australia's 23-man team for the 2018 World Cup in Russia in May 2018.

Aaron Mooy Tattoos

Mooy is of Dutch descent, and he has the words "Leven, Lachen, "Lachen, Liefde" tattooed on his left shoulder, which translates to "Live, Love, Laugh." Sam, his mother, has the same problem. Her wrist was emblazoned with the same phrases. Let’s continue to read the top facts about Aaron Mooy.

Quick facts about Aaron Mooy

  • Aaron is a Virgo by birth.

  • He was born during the Horse Year.

  • Aaron Mooy stands at 5'9" tall.

  • He was a member of the Millennial Generation when he was born (1990).

  • The number one song in America on Aaron's birthday was Wilson Phillips' "Release Me."

  • Aster/Myosotis is Aaron Mooy's natal flower.

  • Sapphire is his birthstone.

  • Mercury is his governing planet.

Aaron Mooy Achievements

Aaron has received numerous awards over his playing career, which we will discuss here.

  • Western Sydney Wanderers:

    A-League Premiership: 2012–13

  • Huddersfield Town:

    EFL Championship play-offs: 2017

  • Individua

    l: Melbourne City Player of the Year: 2014–15, 2015–16, PFA A-League Team of the Season: 2014–15, 2015–16, Fox Sports Alex Tobin Medal: 2014–15, PFA Footballer of the Year: 2015–16, 2016–17, PFA Team of the Year: 2016–17 Championship, Huddersfield Town Player of the Year: 2016–17

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