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Born: 26 November 1969
Came from: Chelsea Went to: Chelsea
First game: 28 March 1992 Last game: 02 May 1992
Appearances: 9 (9/0) Goals: 1
Desperately seeking recruitments to boost his struggling squad, new Argyle boss Peter Shilton completed a triple-signing swoop that looked highly promising on paper. Steve McCall and Kevin Nugent arrived on permanent deals, while David Lee was borrowed from Chelsea until the end of the season. A central defender or midfielder, Lee was thrust straight into the action as Argyle lost 1-0 at Port Vale, and he went on to make nine appearances for the Pilgrims as they unsuccessfully fought off relegation. His finest performance in a green shirt came in a 3-1 win at home to Oxford that seemed to have staved off the dreaded drop. A goal – his solitary strike for Argyle – and a dominant display in midfield looked to have propelled him to the top of Shilton's summer shopping list. But the player-manager opted to bring Steve Castle to the club instead, and Lee remained at Stamford Bridge, where he racked up 196 appearances before joining Bristol Rovers in 1998.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
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