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Player profile and performance records.

Matt Jarvis (Midfielder)

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Matt Jarvis

Middlesbrough, England
Squad Number: 7
Position: Midfielder
Born: 22nd May 1986 (Middlesbrough, England)
Signed: 24th Aug 2012 (£10,750,000)
Contract: 5 years + 1 year option
Previous Club: Wolverhampton Wanderers

KUMB Awards: Worst Player (third place) 2014/15.

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CHATTY MAN: Jarvis speaking about his international debut in a pre-West Ham interview



WIDE BOY: vs Jarvis analysed vs Newcastle United

 

Matt Jarvis is yet play any matches this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Arsenal

3-3: Saturday, 9th April

(Replaced Zarate) Didn’t register much on the radar.

Liverpool

3-0: Saturday, 29th August

(Replaced Payet) Looked lively late on and kept the full back busy for the last few minutes.

AFC Bournemouth

3-4: Saturday, 22nd August

(Replaced Nolan) Added a bit of much needed width in the second half but spent ages being starved of service.

Arsenal

2-0: Sunday, 9th August

(Replaced Zarate) Didn’t register much on the radar.

Arsenal

2-0: Sunday, 9th August

(Replaced Zarate) Introduced as an extra man in midfield, Jarvo provided very little in the final third but helped further frustrate Arsenal for the final third.

Astra Giurgiu

1-2: Thursday, 6th August

Tried to get things going on both flanks but ws let down far too often by his delivery.

Astra Giurgiu

2-2: Thursday, 30th July

Tried to get things going on both flanks but ws let down far too often by his delivery.

Norwich City

1-0: Tuesday, 28th July

Tried to get things going on both flanks but ws let down far too often by his delivery.

Charlton Athletic

0-0: Saturday, 25th July

Tried to get things going on both flanks but ws let down far too often by his delivery.

Birkirkara

0-1: Thursday, 23rd July

Tried to get things going on both flanks but ws let down far too often by his delivery.

Birkirkara

1-0: Thursday, 16th July

FC Lusitanos

1-0: Thursday, 9th July

FC Lusitanos

3-0: Thursday, 2nd July

(Replaced Valencia) Came on, ran around for 20 minutes. Can't remember him doing anything notable.

Newcastle United

0-2: Sunday, 24th May

(Replaced Valencia) Came on, ran around for 20 minutes. Can't remember him doing anything notable.

Everton

1-2: Saturday, 16th May

(Replaced Valencia) Came on, ran around for 20 minutes. Can't remember him doing anything notable.

Aston Villa

0-1: Saturday, 9th May

Did not play.

Burnley

1-0: Saturday, 2nd May

Did not play.

Burnley

1-0: Saturday, 2nd May

Did not play.

Queens Park Rangers

0-0: Saturday, 25th April

Energetic, but not terribly effective in an out-of-sorts team, although his set-pieces were decent.

Manchester City

0-2: Sunday, 19th April

(Replaced Valencia) Came on, ran around for 20 minutes. Can't remember him doing anything notable.

Stoke City

1-1: Saturday, 11th April

Did not play.

Leicester City

1-2: Saturday, 4th April

Did not play.

Sunderland

1-0: Saturday, 21st March

I was slightly surprised he started; I was expecting Cole to be alongside Sakho. He did well enough again, though he was subbed for some reason at half-time.

Arsenal

0-3: Saturday, 14th March

A bit-part player this season. In a rare start, played really well.

Chelsea

0-1: Wednesday, 4th March

Crystal Palace

1-3: Saturday, 28th February

Did not play.

Tottenham Hotspur

2-2: Sunday, 22nd February

(Replaced Valencia) Came on, ran around for 20 minutes. Can't remember him doing anything notable.

West Bromwich Albion

0-4: Saturday, 14th February

Did not play.

Southampton

0-0: Wednesday, 11th February

(replaced Valencia)

Manchester United

1-1: Sunday, 8th February

(replaced Valencia) All he'll be remembered for is the header he failed to get on target. Which is a bit unfair, as he looked lively during his brief spell on the field.

Liverpool

0-2: Saturday, 31st January

Did not play.

Bristol City

1-0: Sunday, 25th January

Did not play.

Hull City

3-0: Sunday, 18th January

Did not play.

Hull City

3-0: Sunday, 18th January

Did not play.

Hull City

3-0: Sunday, 18th January

Did not play.

Everton

2-2: Tuesday, 13th January

One word - ineffective. Alright, two words - completely ineffective.

Everton

2-2: Tuesday, 13th January

A poor performance from a player who needs a run of good form if he's to stand any chance of winning a regular place back in the match day squad.

Swansea

1-1: Saturday, 10th January

Did not play.

Swansea

1-1: Saturday, 10th January

Did not play.

Everton

1-1: Tuesday, 6th January

Industrious for his three-quarters of the match, but the usual quota of hot and cold, in terms of passing, crossing, and general effectiveness.

Everton

1-1: Tuesday, 6th January

There's no lack of effort or willing to earn a proper living. He's just not showing enough to suggest he's up to Premier League standard.

West Bromwich Albion

1-1: Thursday, 1st January

(replaced Amalfitano) Thrust into the shop window, I mean the action ten minutes into the second half Jarvo failed to provide much inspiration bar one decent run.

West Bromwich Albion

2-1: Tuesday, 2nd December

Did not play.

West Bromwich Albion

2-1: Tuesday, 2nd December

Did not play.

Newcastle United

1-0: Saturday, 29th November

The new Mattie Taylor? Never stopped running, working, harrying, for his 70 minutes. Not always to any great benefit, not least because he didn't always get good ball to feed on, but terrific effort on his first start of the season.

Newcastle United

1-0: Saturday, 29th November

A bit in and out of the game. Mainly out though.

Everton

1-2: Saturday, 22nd November

(replaced Noble) Also looked lively, as you would expect, and did OK, though he wasn't able to make the same impact as Zarate.

Queens Park Rangers

2-0: Sunday, 5th October

(Replaced Valencia) Despite having less than 10 minutes, looked lively and caused problems.

Queens Park Rangers

2-0: Sunday, 5th October

(Replaced Valencia) Had a lively few minutes at the end on his return from injury.

Sampdoria

3-2: Saturday, 9th August

Malaga

0-2: Sunday, 3rd August

Schalke

0-0: Saturday, 2nd August

Sydney FC

1-3: Saturday, 26th July

Wellington Phoenix

1-2: Wednesday, 23rd July

Ipswich Town

0-0: Wednesday, 16th July

Stevenage FC

2-2: Saturday, 12th July

Manchester City

0-2: Sunday, 11th May

Tottenham Hotspur

2-0: Saturday, 3rd May

Didn't really show in the few minutes he was on.

Tottenham Hotspur

2-0: Saturday, 3rd May

On for Nolan on 87, had no chance to do anything meaningful.

West Bromwich Albion

0-1: Saturday, 26th April

Through little fault of his own, more or less disappeared in the second half, but terrorised the Baggies' defence before half time. If only he'd play like this every game.

Crystal Palace

0-1: Saturday, 19th April

Hauled off after 69 minutes, which did not seem a popular decision! Didn't see his fair share of the ball, which seemed to go up Downing's side rather more often, but played quite well.

Arsenal

1-3: Tuesday, 15th April

Very nearly MotM. Should pinch Downing's boots more often!

Liverpool

1-2: Sunday, 6th April

Did make a couple of decent runs & one good cross, but not on for long enough to really contribute.

Sunderland

2-1: Monday, 31st March

Did not play.

Manchester United

0-2: Saturday, 22nd March

Put one good cross in, ran around enthusiastically for 30-odd minutes. Everything else he did was poor, though. We'd have done better to keep Diame on.

Stoke City

1-3: Saturday, 15th March

Everton

0-1: Saturday, 1st March

Worked hard in attack & defence, but didn't create much going forwards.

Southampton

3-1: Saturday, 22nd February

Some good work down the flank and took the goal well – bravely so given the 'keeper's efforts to give him an unplanned vasectomy.

Southampton

3-1: Saturday, 22nd February

Looked miffed at being taken off; quite right too. Worked hard , both in defence and in trying to create threat going forwards. Might have won MotM in a game in which there were no real standouts on either side.

Norwich City

2-0: Tuesday, 11th February

Nothing awful, nothing particularly great either.

Aston Villa

2-0: Saturday, 8th February

Learn. To. Finish your attacking moves. Still industrious, still can't find the killer cross. Or, today, a finish.

Swansea City

2-0: Saturday, 1st February

A little bit in and out of the game but was looking dangerous sporadically. His sacrifice was less a reflection on his performance more on the game situation – “needs must when Webb has a nightmare” if you like.

Swansea City

2-0: Saturday, 1st February

His work-rate continues to be excellent; his delivery & effectiveness going forward was much better today.

Cardiff City

2-0: Saturday, 11th January

Consistent supply.

Fulham

1-2: Wednesday, 1st January

Did not play.

West Bromwich Albion

3-3: Saturday, 28th December

Played well - had bottle - created chances.

West Bromwich Albion

3-3: Saturday, 28th December

Got into some good positions early on but faded.

Tottenham Hotspur

2-1: Wednesday, 18th December

Looking like he is returning to form at the right time.

Tottenham Hotspur

2-1: Wednesday, 18th December

Contributed little of note until he popped up to score his second of the season.

Sunderland

0-0: Saturday, 14th December

Very, very poor.

Sunderland

0-0: Saturday, 14th December

Good runs down the left spoilt by some pretty average crossing.

Liverpool

1-4: Saturday, 7th December

Will get an assist for Skrtel's oggie and put in one great cross that Maiga was unlucky not to register with. Liitle else to sing about though.

Crystal Palace

0-1: Tuesday, 3rd December

Did not play.

Crystal Palace

0-1: Tuesday, 3rd December

Did not play.

Chelsea

0-3: Saturday, 23rd November

Had pretty much the same effect as the man he replaced really.

Chelsea

0-3: Saturday, 23rd November

Fairly limited involvement in his fifteen minutes on the pitch.

Norwich City

1-3: Saturday, 9th November

Little time to have an effect on the game but he'll be happy with the appearance money nonetheless.

Aston Villa

0-0: Saturday, 2nd November

Textbook frustrating first half for the man with the millstone price-tag. Seemed bereft of confidence and too willing to be dominated by a robust full-back. Second half was a transformed man though, finally having the confidence to take on his man, which he often did with consummate ease. Why he can’t do this all the time remains a mystery. Really starting to have an impact just in time to be hauled off, which seemed an odd decision.

Aston Villa

0-0: Saturday, 2nd November

Had the beating of his full back but his crosses were invariably cut out.

Aston Villa

0-0: Saturday, 2nd November

Getting back to form with some good runs.

Swansea City

0-0: Sunday, 27th October

Some good balls into the box.

Manchester City

1-3: Saturday, 19th October

Got into a few good positions but with no-one to cross to his crosses often found no-one.

Tottenham Hotspur

3-0: Sunday, 6th October

Did not play.

Hull City

0-1: Saturday, 28th September

Not a lot to write home about.

Everton

2-3: Saturday, 21st September

Set up a goal but otherwise ineffective.

Everton

2-3: Saturday, 21st September

Looked good when we fed him and he set up the goal. So why did we starve him in the second half.

Southampton

0-0: Saturday, 14th September

Uncharacteristically quiet.

Stoke City

0-1: Saturday, 31st August

Ok without service wingers are always going to struggle but even on the rare occasions we did feed him he didn’t look dangerous.

Newcastle United

0-0: Saturday, 24th August

Excellent work and produced some top crosses into the middle.

Cardiff City

2-0: Saturday, 17th August

Set up the first goal and looked lively – though he can only perform if he gets the service that became less forthcoming as the match progressed in the second half.

Cardiff City

2-0: Saturday, 17th August

Set up the first goal and looked lively – though he can only perform if he gets the service that became less forthcoming as the match progressed in the second half.

Pacos de Ferreira

2-1: Saturday, 10th August

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Eintracht Braunschweig

3-0: Saturday, 27th July

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AFC Bournemouth

2-0: Saturday, 13th July

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Cork City

6-2: Sunday, 7th July

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Everton

0-2: Sunday, 12th May

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Newcastle United

0-0: Saturday, 4th May

Looked capable of causing problems when we gave him the ball. Which wasn’t nearly enough.

Manchester City

1-2: Saturday, 27th April

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Wigan Athletic

2-0: Saturday, 20th April

Drifted in and out of the game a bit. Hilarious goal though.

Manchester United

2-2: Wednesday, 17th April

Fine first half in which he caused them all sorts of problems. Slightly less involved in the second half.

Southampton

1-1: Saturday, 13th April

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Tottenham Hotspur

2-3: Monday, 25th February

Looked dangerous in the first half. Less influential after the interval.

Swansea City

1-0: Saturday, 2nd February

Starved of service for much of the match he was always going to find it hard to impress.

Queens Park Rangers

1-1: Saturday, 19th January

Saw a lot of the ball and sometimes looked dangerous. Sometimes not.

Manchester United

2-2: Saturday, 5th January

(Replaced Vaz Te, 61)
Took the ball forward well when he came on for Vaz Te.

Norwich City

2-1: Tuesday, 1st January

Fine first half but faded a bit after the interval.

Everton

1-2: Saturday, 22nd December

Looked lively going forward but another who struggled to cope when the ball started to come straight back.

Chelsea

3-1: Saturday, 1st December

Lacked confidence in the first half. Seemed full of beans in a second half performance that gave a hint of what he might be capable of.

Manchester City

0-0: Saturday, 3rd November

Drifted in and out of the game a bit – mainly because a lot of our play seemed to be going down the right. However, when he started to take on his marker it was a good battle.

Wigan Athletic

1-2: Saturday, 27th October

Utterly anonymous for the first half hour before starting to exert some influence in the closing stages of the first half. Sadly it wasn’t to last and he reverted back to predominant anonymity once more. Looking some way off a double-digit million pound winger at the moment.

Southampton

4-1: Saturday, 20th October

Another who had a quiet game. There were little glimpses here and there but they were too few and far between.

Arsenal

1-3: Saturday, 6th October

Good in parts but failed to really grab the game by the scruff of the neck.

Sunderland

1-1: Saturday, 22nd September

(Replaced Taylor, 57)
Looked lively and dangerous, though his contribution to the equaliser owed more to sheer bloody-mindedness in keeping the ball alive.

Norwich City

0-0: Saturday, 15th September

(Replaced Taylor, 57)
Came on and looked sharp - and his crosses very dangerous! Still a lot to live up to given the price we paid for him.

Swansea City

0-3: Saturday, 25th August

Had a decent debut. Switched wings to try and make things happen. Delivered a few quality crosses, particularly in the first half, and if he can continue doing this, then he will have a successful season.
Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.

Matt Jarvis did not play for West Ham during this season.