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IAN STONEBRIDGE

Born: 30 August 1981

Came from: Tottenham Hotspur   Went to: Wycombe Wanderers

First game: 07 August 1999   Last game: 01 May 2004

Appearances: 201 (147/54)   Goals: 45

'Stoney' began his career as a trainee with Tottenham Hotspur, joining Argyle on a free transfer after failing to break into the first-team squad at White Hart Lane. He made an immediate impact at Home Park, despite his age, and his form led to an England under-18 international call-up. He was the club's top scorer in 2000-01, his second season, and played a vital role in the Division Three title win a year later.

Stonebridge also played an important part in the following two campaigns, culminating in the Division Two championship. Despite the success, he was allowed to leave on a free transfer when Argyle were promoted and moved to Wycombe Wanderers. He was a regular in the team during his first season at Wycombe, but moved to Torquay United on loan after losing his place the following year. This loan spell was cut short due to injury and he struggled to regain full fitness over the next 18 months, eventually being forced to retire at just 25. He went on to play briefly for non-league Truro City.

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We're grateful to Andy Chapman, Paul Roberts, Steve Rhodes and Mark Lovell for their help in writing GoS-DB's player pen-pictures, and to the PAFC Media Team and Colin Parsons for their help with photos. Thanks also to staff at the National Football Museum, the Scottish Football Museum and ScotlandsPeople for their valuable assistance.

The following publications have been particularly valuable in the research of pen-pictures: Plymouth Argyle, A Complete Record 1903-1989 (Brian Knight, ISBN 0-907969-40-2); Plymouth Argyle, 101 Golden Greats (Andy Riddle, ISBN 1-874287-47-3); Football League Players' Records 1888-1939 (Michael Joyce, ISBN 1-899468-67-6); Football League Players' Records 1946-1988 (Barry Hugman, ISBN 1-85443-020-3) and Plymouth Argyle Football Club Handbooks.

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