League Two Stars

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Theo Robinson

Jamaican international Theo Robinson is a pacey striker who has had notable spells at Hereford, Southend, Huddersfield, Derby and Doncaster. He is currently enjoying his second spell at Port Vale and is also one half of YouTube channel The Ball Don't Lie.

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Shaun Teale

A no-nonsense central defender, Teale joined made his way in to the football league joining Bournemouth. After 3 seasons he joined Villa where he went on to amass 147 appearances helping them to finish runners-up in the Premier League and winning the League Cup. After leaving Villa he went on to have notable spells at Tranmere and Motherwell.

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Luke Chadwick

Luke came through the ranks at Manchester United under the guidance of Alex Ferguson, winning a Premier League Winners medal in the 2000/01 season. After leaving Old Trafford, Luke went on to have prominent spells at West Ham, Stoke City and Cambridge United. However he became a real legend at MK Dons during a six year spell, twice winning their Player of the Season award.

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Matthew Briggs

Until Harvey Elliott recently took the title, Matthew was the youngest ever Premier League player when he made his debut aged 16 and 68 days old. A full Guyana international, Briggs has also played for Colchester, Chesterfield, Watford and for HB Køge in Denmark and is currently playing for Vejle Boldklub in the Danish Suerliga.

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Adam Thompson

Commanding center back Adam made his professional debut for Watford as a 17 year old. After a few loan spells he joined Southend United where he made over 100 appearances before moving to Bury. When Bury were expelled from the Football League, he moved to current club Rotherham, where he helped The Millers win promotion to the Championship in his first season.

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Robbie Simpson

Robbie began his professional career in Cambridge, banging in the goals for both City and United, earning the United Player of the Season award before moving to Coventry City. He went on to have significant spells at Oldham, a second spell at Cambridge United, Exeter and MK Dons before becoming manager at Chelmsford City.

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Jermaine McGlashan

With over 300 EFL appearances, Jermaine started his career in non league with Staines Town and worked his way up the football ladder. Tricky winger Jermaine went on to play for Cheltenham, Gillingham, Southend and Swindon amongst others. He currently plays for Akritas Chlorakas in Cyprus.

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Shaun Batt

In a career of nearly 20 years, winger Shaun turned out for Peterborough, Millwall, Leyton Orient and Barnet amongst others gaining promotion to the Championship twice.

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Rowan Vine

Hardworking forward Rowan Vine came through the ranks at Portsmouth before making over 380 appearances at clubs across England and Scotland, including some impressive spells at Brentford, Luton and QPR. Rowan also won the League One Championship with Brentford and promotion to the Premier League with Birmingham City.

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Jamey Osborne

A skillful, creative box-to-box midfielder, Jamey is known for his good passing and technical ability as a playmaker. Osborne began his career at Hednesford Town where he started as a youngster and established himself in the Pitmen's first team. He joined Redditch United in 2015 before moving to his hometown club Solihull Moors. In 2017 Jamey earned a move in to the Football League at Grimsby Town where despite a great start, injuries hampered his progress and he moved back to the Moors in 2018.

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Neil Danns

Guyana international Neil Danns began his career at Blackburn and had notable spells at Colchester United, Birmingham, Crystal Palace, Leicester, Bolton and Bury. Neil is currently playing for Tranmere Rovers.

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Mark Yeates

Beginning his career at Tottenham, Mark's career really kicked off with a loan spell at Colchester where he later made a permanent move. He went on to have notable spells at Middlesbrough, Sheffield United and Bradford as well as Eastleigh and Fylde in the National League.

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