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Mick Stockwell

Personal information
Full nameMichael Thomas Stockwell
Date of birth14 February 1965(age 52)
Place of birthChelmsford, England
Playing positionMidfielder

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Mick Stockwell (b. 14 February 1965 in Chelmsford) is a former professional footballer.

He spent the majority of his professional career playing for Ipswich Town as a midfielder, renowned for his reliability and stamina. Micky Stockwell played every position during his career apart from Goalkeeper. Fans fondly remember his goals against Wimbledon in the Premiership as a striker. His nickname "Stumper" was given to him by Sir Bobby Robson after he stumped Robson out during a Cricket match.

A firm favourite with the fans, he played for Ipswich for fifteen years and made over 550 appearances. He went on to end his professional career at Colchester United.

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