Born on 31st December 1984 in Enfield, England.
Height : - 1.88m (6'2")
Weight : - - kgs
The young forward Jamie Slabber had been training with both Norwich City and Cuffley before joining Spurs as a trainee.
Born in nearby Enfield, Jamie came on as a substitute for his first team debut at home to Liverpool on 16th March 2003 and had a hand in the Teddy Sheringham's goal that day. In season 2003/4, Spurs signed Fredi Kanoute and Jermain Defoe, thus pushing Slabber down the pecking order.
Went on loaned to Danish side AB of Copenhagen with Ben Bowditch for three months in March 2004 but on their return there was no breakthrough into the first team. On 31st December 2004, Jamie left Tottenham to join Swindon Town on loan for the remainder of the season.
In April 2005, the striker signed for Aldershot until the end of the season, but was released in May 2005, despite scoring in the Conference play-offs. Jamie had a trial with Bristol Rovers, but was at Grays Athletic for their pre-season in 2005 and he signed for Grays at the end of July. Got a call-up to the England National Game squad (non-league representative team) and was the October 2005 Conference player of the month.
In November 2006, Slabber was loaned to Oxford United, but released at the end of the month's agreement, although was told he could come back in the summer to have a trial in pre-season if he hadn't got a new club.
Signed up with Stevenage Borough and at the end of the 2006-07 season was an unused substitute in the FA Trophy final at Wembley, when Boro beat Kidderminster Harriers 3-2. In the summer of 2007, he had a trial with Rushden and Diamonds, before moving on to play for Havant and Waterlooville during the 2007-08 season, but was released in October 2008 and he returned to Grays Athletic. Signed for Woking and then Eastleigh in the Blue Square Premier League, before trawling the non-league scene before ending up at Grays for a third spell.