Stuart Ripley

Born Nov 20, 1967

Stuart Edward Ripley is a former English professional footballer, who played as a winger from 1985 until 2002, notably for Blackburn Rovers where he won the Premier League in 1995. He also played in England's top flight for Southampton as well as playing in the Football League for Middlesbrough, Bolton Wanderers, Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday. He earned two national caps for England.… Read More

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  • Mowbray Vows To Keep On Fighting
    Yorkshire Evening Post - Jul 31, 2013
  • Moldova V England As It Happened | Scott Murray
    Guardian (UK) - Sep 07, 2012
  • Ripley Has The Law On His Side
    Lancashire Evening Post - Apr 07, 2012
  • Downing: I Was So Close To Joining Tottenham The Independent
    Google News - Sep 17, 2011


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1967 Birth Born on November 20, 1967.


1991 23 Years Old In the 1991-1992 season he helped Middlesbrough achieve promotion to the newly founded Premier League, as well as playing an important role in Middlesbrough getting through to the League Cup semi-final (then known as the Rumbelows Cup). … Read More
1992 24 Years Old During the summer of 1992, Ripley was signed by Blackburn Rovers who had achieved promotion along with Boro. … Read More


1998 30 Years Old In 1998, aged almost 31, he moved to Southampton teaming up with legendary Matthew Le Tissier, and retiring four years later.
1999 31 Years Old He scored one goal for Southampton against Derby County on 4 October 1999. … Read More
2007 39 Years Old He graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in 2007, with a first class combined honours degree in Law and French. … Read More


2012 44 Years Old In September 2012 he will be one of the lawyers on the panel who will be hearing the John Terry charges by the FA.
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