|Lee Novak Quick Info|
|Date of Birth||September 28, 1988|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Lee Novak is an English professional footballer who is known for serving as a striker for League Two club Bradford City. Before that, he has also been a part of clubs like Scunthorpe United, Charlton Athletic, Chesterfield, Birmingham City, and Huddersfield Town.
Lee Paul Novak
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom
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6 ft or 183 cm
74 kg or 163 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Lee Novak Facts
- While growing up, he was a supporter of Newcastle United.
- With Gateshead, he scored a hat-trick in a 3-2 victory over King’s Lynn at the Gateshead International Stadium in November 2008 and became the Conference North player of the month.
- Lee Novak scored 17 goals in 21 games for Gateshead in the first part of the 2008-09 season and then signed an initial deal of £50,000, which would rise by another £100,000 if he met appearance targets, with Huddersfield Town in January 2009. Also, Huddersfield manager Lee Clark stated that “he has good awareness and he brings other people into the game. He has a fantastic work ethic… having talked with him he is the type of character that wants to learn and become a better player.”
- He wrapped up the 2008-09 season as the top scorer and was voted Gateshead‘s “Player of the Year” at the end.
- During a pre-season friendly against Newcastle United, Lee Novak was involved in a punch-up with Argentinian footballer Fabricio Coloccini in July 2009.
- He signed a deal with Birmingham City in May 2013 and his first goal for the team was scored in a 4-0 defeat of Shamrock Rovers during the pre-season tour in Ireland.
- On August 14, 2015, he signed a season-long loan deal with League One club Chesterfield and completed the season with 14 goals from 35 league appearances.
- During his stint with Charlton Athletic, Lee Novak scored his first goal in a 2-2 draw with Fleetwood Town on September 10, 2016.
- On January 31, 2020, he signed an 18-month contract with League Two club Bradford City.
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