Stuart Ripley
English footballer
Stuart Ripley
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.
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Mowbray vows to keep on fighting
Yorkshire Evening Post - over 3 years
Amongst all the doom and gloom surrounding the scene at the Riverside following last season’s dramatic slump, Leon Wobschall discovers a chink of light to a brighter future. DURING a Spring of discontent on Teesside, sections of Middlesbrough supporters began to think the unthinkable. That Tony Mowbray’s time at the Riverside was up. To even slightly question the tenure of the man Boro fans universally known as Mogga – a Holgate hero regarded as ‘one of their own’ by scores of Teessiders – was not just a country mile off as recently as New Year’s Eve. Try the length of the M1. Boro were then in third spot in the Championship, just a point behind Hull City and well primed for promotion back to the top-flight, which they vacated in 2008-09. What has happened since 2013 got underway has been truly epic. Unfortunately, for all the wrong reasons for confidence-crushed Boro and their embattled manager. An appalling run of just three wins in 21 matches and 12 points from a possible 63 ...
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Moldova v England - as it happened | Scott Murray
Guardian (UK) - over 4 years
Roy Hodgson's side got their World Cup qualifying campaign off to the perfect start in Moldova England's road to the 2014 World Cup begins here, but according to Bobby Charlton they have no chance whatsoever of winning the damn thing. And let's face it, the old boy knows what he's talking about when it comes to winning World Cups. So that's that, then. Ah well. But we may as well enjoy the ride anyway. Roy Hodgson's side start with a trip to the Zimbru Stadium in Chişinău, and let's be honest, they're expected to make off with all three points tonight. England might have proved themselves at Euro 2012 to be something approaching a shower, but it's all about context. England's squad contains players from current European champions Chelsea, the Premier League winners Manchester City, and perennial success stories Manchester United. The current Moldovan squad, by comparison, is culled from home sides such as Olimpia Bălţi, Sheriff Tiraspol and Dacia Chişinău, and outfits further afield ...
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Ripley has the law on his side
Lancashire Evening Post - almost 5 years
THE BIG INTERVIEW: Stuart Ripley
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Downing: I was so close to joining Tottenham - The Independent
Google News - over 5 years
The Scot's search for width should surprise no one who recalls John Barnes' exploits for his great 1988 Liverpool team or the significant roles played by Stuart Ripley, another Boro boy, and Jason Wilcox in supplying Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton in
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Rioch given freedom of the Boro to bring on the kids - Sunday Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Tony Mowbray, Colin Cooper, Stuart Ripley and Bernie Slaven were cobbled together and gelled to form a team which would fight its way from rock bottom all the way to the top flight in the space of two seasons. While Mowbray admits there was a bit of
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Brabners Chaffe Street | Market leaders Brabners Chaffe Street advises on top ... - Linex Legal (press release) (registration)
Google News - over 5 years
The Brabners team included Maurice Watkins, Matthew Bennett, Edward Canty, Lydia Edgar, Carol Couse, David Bentham, Stuart Baird, Nicola Soden, Matt Barnes, Chris Anderson, Mark Bennett, Stuart Ripley and Sarah Davies
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Mowbray is relishing a Boro Carling Cup run - Gazette Live
Google News - over 5 years
Boro last played Peterborough in the competition in 1992 when they drew 0-0 away in the fifth round then won the replay 1-0 at home with a Stuart Ripley goal. They went on to reach the semi-final where they were squeezed out by Manchester United in
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Football365's Pre-Season Predictions - Football365.com
Google News - over 5 years
Suarez is the business, and I think Carroll will benefit from Downing in a similar way that Shearer used to from Keith Gillespie or Stuart Ripley. Kenny's issues are at the back, though, and he is probably a defender or two short to be contending for
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We had the doom and the gloom but now... - Vitalfootball
Google News - over 5 years
I should at this point state I was brought up with Rovers, was at school with James Beattie, met the likes of Colin Hendry, Mark Atkins and Stuart Ripley which meant I spent a lot of my time idolising the guvnor of Blackburn Mr Jack Walker
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Ripley convinced Downing will thrive under Liverpool boss Dalglish - Tribalfootball.com
Google News - over 5 years
Former Middlesbrough and Blackburn Rovers winger Stuart Ripley has backed Stewart Downing for success at Liverpool . Like Downing has ahead of him, Ripley worked with Reds boss Kenny Dalglish at Rovers. "Kenny knows how to build a strong squad," Ripley
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A brand new vista of opportunity - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
New Liverpool signing Stewart Downing will be a success at Anfield, so says the clone he's based on, Stuart Ripley. "Over the last few years at Villa, Stewart has been very consistent," cheered Ripley. And Notts County's Mr Magpie won the Mascot Grand
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Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has a degree in team building - Express.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
“There are a lot of similarities,” said Stuart Ripley, the flying winger who joined Dalglish's Rovers revolution in the summer of 1992 from Middlesbrough. “Kenny is a manager who knows the formation and the way of playing that gets results
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Striker wants to stay with Boro - The Northern Echo
Google News - over 5 years
The son of former Middlesbrough winger Stuart, Ripley had to start because of an injury to Danny Coyne, who picked up a dead leg in his last outing. Middlesbrough: Ripley; McMahon (Hoyte 46), Williams R, McManus (Main 62), Bennett (Reach 62);
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Is Jordan Henderson worth £18m? - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
David May, Jason Wilcox, Stuart Ripley, a British-record signing named Chris Sutton? Tim Sherwood in the middle. Graeme Le Saux? Ordinary players elsewhere in their career who perfectly complemented each other and made a title winning side that was
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Ex-Blackburn Rovers winger to pedal in the cash for Burnley legend 'Parky' - Lancashire Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
Stuart Ripley, who won the Premiership with Blackburn Rovers in 1995, will ride the infamous “La Marmotte” cyclosportive in the French Alps on July 2. The route is 108 miles long and features more than 5180 metres of climbing
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Tony Mowbray rules out bid for goalkeeper Paul Smith - Sunday Sun
Google News - almost 6 years
“Underneath that we've got a very, very talented player we've got high hopes for in Stuart Ripley's boy Connor. “There's no chance, Paul knows that – he goes back to Forest. “I wish him well and thank him for his efforts. Paul was always aware of the
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Thylin: Gärna Champions League, men först en rejäl toppstrid - Svenska Fotbollförbundet
Google News - almost 6 years
Kenny Dalglish var manager och i laguppställningen fanns spelare som skyttekungen Alan Shearer, Mike Newell, Stuart Ripley, Jason Wilcox, Tim Sherwood, David Batty, Graeme Le Saux och Colin Hendry. Jag lovar er: det var ett mycket bra lag
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Stars turn out for former Boro star - Darlington and Stockton Times
Google News - almost 6 years
The Middlesbrough side included the likes of Neil Maddison, Steve Vickers, Brian Deane, and Stuart Ripley. Jaime Moreno and Gary Hamilton travelled from America especially for the match. Meanwhile the Ramsdens XI included Paul Smith, front man of indie
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Stuart Ripley
    FORTIES
  • 2012
    Age 44
    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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  • THIRTIES
  • 2007
    Age 39
    He graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in 2007, with a first class combined honours degree in Law and French.
    More Details Hide Details His son, Connor Ripley, is a goalkeeper and plays for Middlesbrough. In 2010 Ripley became a qualified solicitor.
  • 1999
    Age 31
    He scored one goal for Southampton against Derby County on 4 October 1999.
    More Details Hide Details He also served loan spells at Barnsley (twice) - scoring in his debut, a 1-2 home loss to former side Blackburn - and Sheffield Wednesday, where he scored once against Crystal Palace. He was capped twice by England as a full international; once in 1993 and again in 1997. After finishing his playing career, having been capped twice by England whilst at Blackburn, Ripley set up the Castleford Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic, providing physiotherapy to nearby rugby league teams, as well as local football teams.
  • 1998
    Age 30
    In 1998, aged almost 31, he moved to Southampton teaming up with legendary Matthew Le Tissier, and retiring four years later.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1992
    Age 24
    During the summer of 1992, Ripley was signed by Blackburn Rovers who had achieved promotion along with Boro.
    More Details Hide Details He was briefly their record signing until later in July they signed Alan Shearer for £3.3million. On his debut for Blackburn, he scored the club's first Premier League goal, opening their scoring a 3-3 draw with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
  • 1991
    Age 23
    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).
    More Details Hide Details They also reached the fifth round of the FA Cup losing in a replay to Portsmouth.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1967
    Born
    Born on November 20, 1967.
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