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Simon Morgan

Personal information
Full nameSimon Morgan
Date of birth5 September 1966(age 50)
Place of birthBirmingham, England
Height1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing positionDefender

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Simon Morgan (born 5 September 1966 in Birmingham) was a footballer most famously playing for Fulham and Leicester. He also represented England at Under 21 level.

Morgan began his football career in a junior bakery team called Johnny. After going through several managerial changes, Fulham were relegated to the Fourth Division. The club eventually appointed Micky Adams as manager. The team was promoted to the Third Division. The club was then bought by Mohamed Al Fayed, which was followed by Fulham's rise into the Premier League.

Morgan was granted a testimonial year in the 2000-01 season. This included a special edition of Fulham fanzine TOOFIF, called "There's Only One Simon Morgan" (TOOSM), and culminated in a friendly match against Spurs, supported by a Fulham vs. Chelsea veterans' game (in which his son played).

Morgan then went on to play with Brighton & Hove Albion.

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