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Lee Chapman

Lee Chapman

Clubs played for: Stoke City, Plymouth Argyle, Arsenal, Sunderland, Sheffield Wednesday, Chamois Niortais, Nottingham Forest, Leeds United, Portsmouth, West Ham United, Southend United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City, Stromgodset IF (1978-1996)

Born: 1959

Birthplace: Lincoln

Position: Striker

Biography: A well travelled striker who won one cap for the England at under 21 and B level's. Much respected for his scoring record, he joined Pompey on a free transfer from Leeds but quickly moved on to West Ham for £250,000 in September 1993. Quit the game to run a wine bar in Chelsea. The former striker is married to the 'Men Behaving Badly' star Leslie Ash who contracted a near fatal superbug while in hospital and was subsequently awarded £5m compensation. They live in London and have owned a number of catering establishments including a trendy cocktail bar in Clapham. See:

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Chapman, Lee Any possibility of getting Lee to sign a few programmes out of my collection been saving for over 60 years. I will enclose a stamped addressed envelope. From a sincere fan and supporter.
09-11-20 Paul Whinham

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