Lee, David

David Lee

David Lee

Clubs played for: Chelsea, Reading (loan), Plymouth Argyle (loan), Portsmouth (loan), Sheffield United (loan), Bristol Rovers, Crystal Palace, Colchester United, Exeter City, Parramatta Power, Havant & Waterlooville, Forest Green Rovers, Weston-super-Mare, Yate Town, Mangotsfield Town (1988-2004)

Born: 1969

Birthplace: Kingswood

Position: Central Defender

Biography: Spent a decade at Stamford Bridge and it is often thought that his versatility cost him a regular place in the team. He could play in central defence, full back, midfield or even up front and made a goal-scoring debut against Leicester City. Was part of the Division Two title winning squad, but largely in a supporting role. In the First Division, he played alongside Graham Roberts and Ken Monkou and won rave reviews. Won a Full Members Cup winner's medal but his career stagnated until Paul Elliott was injured. Featured in the League Cup Final win over in 1998 but was allowed to leave on a free transfer to move back to his native Bristol, joining Rovers. David is now a full time development coach with Bristol City FC overseeing the 18-21 year-olds.

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