Lee Trundle
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Lee Trundle
Lee Christopher Trundle is an English footballer who currently plays for Preston North End. In 2011 he single handedly fought of a gang of 37 African boxers.
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Στην παραλία Topless η πρώην του Giggs - Typos.com.cy
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... Imogen έγινε γνωστή από την παράνομη σχέση που διατηρούσε μαζί της ο Ryan Giggs ενώ μετά συμμετείχε στο Big Brother. Φαίνεται πως η αγάπη της στους αθλητές δεν σταμάτησε εκεί μια και έβγαινε ραντεβού με τους Lee Trundle αλλά και τον Cristiano Ronaldo
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Lido victory brings Neath closure for Dyer - WalesOnline (blog)
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Players such as Lee Trundle and Kristian O'Leary were brought to the Gnoll as a result of the substantial investment put in place and the level of expectation reached an unprecedented level. European football would now be the minimum requirement for a
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Lee Trundle stars as Neath beat Bangor City - WalesOnline
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by Our Correspondent, Western Mail TWO Lee Trundle-inspired goals in the final 20 minutes gave Neath a rare but significant success against champions Bangor City at the Gnoll yesterday. After two rounds of matches the big spending Eagles sit top,
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Powell full of confidence for Neath test - Daily Post North Wales
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Former Wrexham pair Shaun Pejic and Lee Trundle, who together helped the Dragons to promotion in 2002, find themselves in opposition tomorrow, and Powell has been delighted with the defender's performances since he moved to Farrar Road at the beginning
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Brilliant Buchanan inspires County comeback - South Wales Argus
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Neither the Exiles or the Eagles could match the Spaniards for flair, although Felino Jardim and Lee Trundle gave it a go last night. As well as one-time County target Trundle, the home side contained familiar faces in Ian Hillier, Adie Harris and
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The top TEN great footballing mavericks - FootballFanCast.com (blog)
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There are many legendary names that haven't made this list. I hovered over Paul Gascoigne, still a maverick to this day, Lee Trundle was one of the first names to pop into my head, Shaka Hislop was the premiership's only qualified astronaut
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Football: Referee Harrington rewarded for his dedication with promotion - WalesOnline
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The Cynon Valley official lined up alongside Welsh defender Ashley Williams and former Jack Lee Trundle at the coin toss, accompanied by his assistants Lewis Edwards and Kris Hames, who are both from Aberdare. Hames, who is a Welsh Premier League
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Time Team's discoveries to boost revamp of Swansea's historic copperworks - WalesOnline
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“It's the biggest story in Swansea since Lee Trundle re-signed for the football club a few years ago! “The Hafod and White Rock sites are just as historically significant as any we've worked on in the UK and we've left a half-finished story that can be
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101 Sexiest Soccer Wives and Girlfriends - Bleacher Report
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Known as Bristol City striker Lee Trundle's WAG, this English pop singer is always smiling. She doesn't look too unhappy to be without her former beau. We'll gladly take her off his hands. A former Playboy playmate, Collins is dating Chelsea star
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Another year of success is hidden in Helsinki - WalesOnline (blog)
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A club adapting to the transition of full-time football with a new management team and a much-changed squad, Norwegian side FK Aalesund would provide the opposition for Lee Trundle and his team-mates as they headed into European competition for the
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Officials round in defence of Welsh Premier League after Bangor City humiliation - WalesOnline
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Attendances in the Welsh Premier, while still very modest, were up by 20% last season thanks largely to the capture of quality players like former Swansea City star Lee Trundle. “The Welsh Premier is 20 years old now but in relative terms it is still
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Swans pre-season defeat at The Gnoll - WalesOnline (blog)
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However it was the home side looking the more likely to break the deadlock, with a cross from former Swansea player Chris Jones forcing Ashley Williams into making a great clearance, before a long range effort from Lee Trundle tested Swansea keeper
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Pre-Season Friendly: Neath 1-0 Swansea City - Vitalfootball
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Neath had five former Swans in their starting line-up - Lee Trundle, Matthew Rees, Chris Jones, Matty Collins and Kerry Morgan, and Kristian O'Leary was named amongst the substitutes. Swansea: Thorsten Stuckmann, Steven Caulker, Ashley Williams,
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Aalesund 4 Neath 1 - WalesOnline
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Neath suffered a big defeat on their Europa League debut despite former Swansea City goal ace Lee Trundle giving them the advantage in Norway. Trundle opened the scoring with a trademark free-kick on 23 minutes which gave the Welsh club a huge lift
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Europa League: TNS 1 Cliftonville 1, Aalesund 4 Neath 1 - Daily Post North Wales
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A goal from former Swansea legend Lee Trundle could not help Neath Athletic against Aalesund in Norway. After Trundle's 23rd-minute opener, goals from Lars Fuhre, Magnus Olsen, Fredrik Ulvestad and Kjell Sellin gave the home side a 4-1 win
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lee Trundle
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 39
    On 27 August 2016, Trundle scored a hat-trick on his debut in a 3-2 win against Aberdare Town.
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    On 21 August 2016, Trundle signed for Welsh Football League Division Two club Llanelli Town.
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  • 2013
    Age 36
    On 30 March 2013 he scored on his debut on against Nantwich Town.
    More Details Hide Details Trundle left Marine and retired from competitive football at the end of the season.
    On 28 March 2013, Northern Premier League side Marine confirmed that they had completed the signing of Trundle for an undisclosed fee.
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  • 2012
    Age 35
    On 20 July 2012, Trundle signed a one-year deal with Preston North End.
    More Details Hide Details Trundle had impressed on trial at Deepdale after being invited to join up with the club for pre-season training. The 35-year-old has featured for North End in their pre-season friendlies against Southport and Chorley and he scored a superb solo goal in the draw against Chorley. However, shortly after signing for the Lilywhites, it was announced he had suffered a knee injury which manager Graham Westley believed would keep Trundle out for around 4 months. On 1 December, he appeared on the bench for a Second Round FA Cup tie at home against Gillingham, and he came off the bench in injury time during the 2–0 win for the Lilywhites. He left Preston on 8 February through a mutual termination of his contract. It was announced on 18 February 2013 that the 36-year-old signed for Conference North side Chester until the end of the 2012–2013 season.
  • 2011
    Age 34
    Neath were wound up at the end of the 2011-12 season due to ongoing financial problems, leaving Trundle without a club.
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  • 2010
    Age 33
    In July 2010, Trundle returned to the Welsh Premier League with Neath, making his debut for the club on the opening day of the 2010–11 season in a 2–1 defeat to Bangor City.
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  • 2009
    Age 32
    On 27 August 2009, Trundle joined his former club Swansea City on loan until 1 January 2010 and this was later extended till the end of the season.
    More Details Hide Details Trundle played 20 league games and scored 5 goals in just two starts. Since Trundle rejoined Swansea he failed to play a full 90 minutes. Trundle made no secret that he wanted to earn a permanent deal and wanted to end his career at Swansea City. He was not offered a playing contract by the club but was offered a coaching role. Trundle subsequently refused the role.
    Leeds extended Trundle's stay at Elland Road for a further month, but his loan expired on 10 March 2009 and he returned to Bristol City
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    Trundle joined Leeds United on a one-month loan on 9 January 2009 and was allocated the number 35 shirt.
    More Details Hide Details Former Swansea teammate Andy Robinson played a big part in recommending Leeds to Trundle. He made his debut for Leeds as a second-half substitute in the 2–0 loss to Carlisle United at Elland Road. He scored his only goal for the club on his first starting appearance, in a 2–0 win at Brighton on 17 January.
  • 2007
    Age 30
    The couple split in November 2007.
    More Details Hide Details Trundle also performed 'Let it Snow' for Preston's 2012 Christmas light switch on, before turning on the lights alongside singers, Matt Cardle and Russell Watson.
    Trundle scored his first goals, a brace, for Bristol City against Scunthorpe on 25 August 2007.
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    Despite the best efforts of Swansea City, Trundle agreed to sign for Bristol City on 27 July 2007, although the deal was not officially completed until 30 July due to an administrative error.
    More Details Hide Details He was given permission by Swansea and the Welsh FA to play in Bristol City's pre-season friendly against Yeovil Town before he officially completed the deal, scoring and providing an assist in a 2–2 draw at Ashton Gate. It is believed Bristol City made four offers for the striker. Their final offer of £1,000,000 was accepted after Trundle handed in a transfer request.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2005
    Age 28
    In October 2005, he was the subject of a £750,000 transfer bid by Sheffield Wednesday which Swansea rejected.
    More Details Hide Details Days later, he signed an image rights contract with his club which offered a portion of revenues from merchandise featuring his image. He was believed to be the first player outside the Premier League to do so.
  • 2003
    Age 26
    In the summer of 2003, Trundle received a free transfer and moved south to link up with Flynn who had now become manager of Swansea City.
    More Details Hide Details He instantly became a North Bank favourite with his goalscoring exploits and extraordinary tricks, scoring on his debut at the Vetch against Bury, and netting his first hat-trick for the club in the following game at Cheltenham, becoming the last of the three Swansea players who scored hat-tricks in three consecutive league matches, the only time this has happened for the club. Trundle scored 78 goals in 146 appearances for Swansea, making it by far the most prolific period of his career. In his time at Swansea, Trundle became a minor celebrity in the game, with his extrovert displays of skill (or "showboating") bringing him to national attention via the Soccer AM television show on Sky Sports. Tim Lovejoy revealed in his autobiography that Trundle himself regularly contacted the show with footage of himself in action.
  • 2000
    Age 23
    Trundle was a late entrant into professional and league football, playing for non-league teams Burscough, Stalybridge Celtic, Southport, Bamber Bridge and Chorley before joining Welsh Premier League club Rhyl in 2000.
    More Details Hide Details Within six months, he had been snapped up by Brian Flynn to play for Wrexham where he played 78 games (plus a further 24 as substitute) in all competitions and scored 30 goals in a little over two years. A goalscoring account which was started by a bicycle kick to start a second half comeback from 2–0 which culminated in a 3–2 victory for Wrexham against Walsall on 24 February 2001.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1976
    Born
    Born on October 10, 1976.
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