lee barnard - fact file

2006 - 2008         forward

Born on 18th July 1984 in Billericay, Essex, England.

Height : - .m  (5'10")

Weight : -  - kgs  (10 st. 9 lbs)


A dynamic striker who showed a channelled aggression and had a good knack of knowing where the goal is when he has the ball in front of it. 

A good record in the reserves earned him a place in the pre-season senior tour to Sweden and in a game against Falkenbergs, he scored his first senior goal, but then suffered a broken collarbone in the next tour match.

Lee top scored for the reserves in the Premier Reserve League South winning season of 2005-06 with 19 goals in 20 games, after he had gone out on loan to gain first team experience at some lower league clubs.  This won him a place in the match-day 16 towards the end of the season and got onto the pitch for three games, showing his tenacity in chasing down lost causes.

Pre-season, Lee suffered a problem with his ankle, which needed an operation but complications kept him out of the bulk of 2006-07 only coming back into the second XI in March 2007 and he went out on loan to Crewe Alexandra for three months in August 2007 and took only 16 minutes to score a goal on his debut.

Had been spotted by Spurs as a 10 year old and was with the club through the youth system, but the expenditure of big money forwards hampered his opportunities of breaking into the first team on a regular basis.  He was surprisingly sold in the 2008 January transfer window to Southend United for a six figure fee that was not disclosed.

Scored regularly at Roots Hall and became a firm favourite with the fans, but with the Essex club suffering troubles with finances, the striker moved on to Southampton in the January 2010 transfer window for an undisclosed fee on a two and a half year deal.

Enjoyed a good start to his career at the South Coast club, but an incident in a Southampton night club in 2010 lead to a charge of actual bodily harm and a court case in 2012, during which time his football suffered.  At the Crown Court hearing, he was quickly cleared of all charges and was free to resume his career.  This started with a loan spell at Bournemouth and then in January 2013, a loan to Oldham Athletic including appearances in their FA Cup run to the quarter final.

NICKNAME :  Barney

MIDDLE NAME :

Career Record
 
Club Signed Fee Debut Apps Goals
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1st August 2002 - ??  0 (3) 0
Exeter City 1st November 2002 - 18th December 2002 Loan ??  4 0
Stevenage Borough 25th March 2004 - 25th April 2004 Loan ??  2 (2) 1
Leyton Orient 5th November 2004 - 10th January 2005 Loan ??  5 (5) 0
Northampton Town 4th March 2005 - 4th April 2005 Loan ??  3 (2) 0
Crewe Alexandra 30th August 2007 - 30th October 2007 Loan 8th September 2007 v Huddersfield Town (League One) (Home) won 2-0 7 2
Crewe Alexandra 20th December 2007 - 3rd January 2008 Loan - 2 (1) 1
Southend United 25th January 2008 Undisclosed 25th January 2008 v Barnsley (home) (FA Cup) lost 0-1 75 37
Southampton 22nd January 2010 200,000 - ?? ??
Bournemouth 18th August 2012 Loan - 15 4
Oldham Athletic 31st January 2013 Loan - ?? ??
           

Career Record
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
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Honours
England international
0 full caps;  0 goals
Premier Reserve League South winners medal 2005-2006

2007

First record bought - One of the "Now That's What I Call Music" compilations
First film seen - "Casper"
First football team - Perry Street (Billericay)

 

 

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