6 August 2008

Gareth Graham

Name: Gareth Lee Graham
Born: 6 December 1978, Belfast
Height: 5.07 ft
Weight: 10.02 st
Position: Midfielder

Representative Honours: Northern Ireland: 5 Under-21 Caps (1999).
Club Honours: (with Palace) Southern Junior Floodlit Cup Winner 1996/97; (AFC Wimbledon) Combined Counties League Premier Division Champion 2003/04; Isthmian League Division One Champion 2004/05.

Club Career:
Clubs
Seasons
Signed
Fee
League
Cup
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98/99-99/00
May-97
Youth
0 (1)/0
-
-
99/00-00/01
Sep-99
-
5 (0)/0
-
-
Merthyr Tydfil
99/00
-
Loan
-
-
(Southern League)
Crawley Town
99/00
-
Loan
-
-
(Southern League)
Margate
01/02
Oct-01
-
22 (4)/1
8(-)/1
(Football Conference)
ÍBV Vestmannaeyjar
2002
-
-
-
-
(Iceland)
Whyteleafe
02/03
-
-
-
-
(Isthmian League)
02/03-04/05
Feb-03
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23(13)/2
3(3)/1
(Combined Counties/Isthmian Leagues)
Whyteleafe
-
-
-
-
-
(Isthmian League)
Croydon Athletic
07/08
-
-
-
-
(Isthmian League)
Merstham
-
Mar-11
-
-
-
(Isthmian League)
Lingfield
-
Nov-11
-
-
-
(Sussex County League)
TOTALS
£-
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Biography:
Gareth Graham came through the Crystal Palace youth set-up. A battling midfielder who could also slot into defence as required, he was part of the Palace team that reached the semi-final of the FA Youth Cup in 1996 and won the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup the following season. He was just beginning to establish himself in the reserve team when a broken leg ruled him out for a lengthy period. He recovered to make his firstteam debut against Watford in April 1999, but many felt he had lost his pre-injury dynamism and he was allowed to join Brentfoed in 1999. He spent two seasons with the Bees but struggled to make an impact and thereafter drifted into non-league football and for a couple of seasons featured for AFC Wimbledon as they marched through the lower leagues.

To follow.


04-06-1999 Scotland A D 1-1 PT
17-08-1999 France.. H W 3-1 FR
03-09-1999 Turkey.. H L 1-2 ECQ
07-09-1999 Germany. A L 0-1 ECQ
08-10-1999 Finland. A L 1-2 ECQ

Summary: 5/0. Won 1, Drew 1, Lost 3.

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