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Nick Crittenden

Personal information
Full nameNicholas Crittenden
Date of birth11 November 1978(age 38)
Place of birthBracknell, England
Playing positionMidfielder
Club information
Current clubDorchester Town

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Nicholas Crittenden (born 11 November 1978) is a professional footballer currently playing for Dorchester Town. He usually plays as a right midfielder.

He was a Chelsea youth team player before being released in August 2000 after making just two substitute appearances. he was loaned out to Plymouth Argyle in 1998 in order to gain first team experience. He joined the then Conference side Yeovil Town on professional terms. He was with Yeovil for 3 years, winning the Football Conference and the FA Trophy during his time with the Glovers. He played 163 games and scored some important goals for Yeovil, including one against Blackpool in the FA Trophy and the goal that won the game away at Bristol Rovers in 2003.

After 4 seasons, he moved on from Yeovil, joining Aldershot Town in 2004. With Aldershot, he played in the Conference play-off Final at the end of the 2004-2005 season which Aldershot lost on penalties. He moved to Weymouth on a free transfer for the 2006-2007 season, before signing for rivals Dorchester Town in the summer of 2008.

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