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Profile: Stacy Coldicott

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 15/07/2001

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Stacy Coldicott
Stacy Coldicott
Squad Number:16
Height:5.11
Weight:11.02
Date of birth:29-Apr-1974
Place of birth:Redditch
Position:Midfielder
Nationality:English
Transfer Fee:£125K
Previous clubs:Cardiff (l)
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Tony's Verdict: The bald destroyer, the man gives everything on the pitch. Won’t let anyone past, he literally throws himself across his opponents. Perhaps we should call him the bodyguard? Poor old Stace can’t pass very well, but at least he’ll get the ball back when he gives it away. A living reminder that everyone needs prosthetic foreheads on their real heads.

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