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Player Database: Paul Reece

By: Paul Holmes
Date: 29/07/2001



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Paul Reece 1988/89-1991/9254 (0)0 goals

Paul Reece Goalkeeper bought for 10k from Kettering in 1988. Mainly deputised for Steve Sherwood. Reece made over 50 appearances for Town . Often criticised because of his lack of height, but at 5'11 he was still better than Rhys Wilmot on crosses. Reece left Town in '91 for Doncaster Rovers.

Reece joined up with Alan Buckley at West Brom, and his other clubs include Oxford and Notts County. At the alter he scored an own goal against Town at Meadow Lane in front of a large away following. Currently playing in Irish Leagues.

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