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Steve Scoffham (born July 12, 1983 in Münster, Germany) is an English former professional footballer. Born in Germany to British parents, Scoffham grew up in the Nottingham area. He last played professionally for Notts County. He is 5' 11" (180 cm) tall and weighs 11st 4 lbs (71.73 kg)

Scoffham has been plagued with injury; when fit, he plays in attack and also in midfield roles.

He began at Gedling Town but Gary Mills fought for his signature after he had such a great goal scoring tally in the non-league.

His transfer to Notts County was assisted by a £5,000 donation from the Notts County Supporters Trust

He made a good start to his first season but suffered from a broken leg then he suffered the same break on the same leg again so did not make his comeback until 2005.

Following the 2005/2006 he was released by the new County manager Steve Thompson.

Scoffham joined Burton Albion in the Summer of 2006 on a free transfer. During November 2006, he was loaned to Alfreton Town where he re-united with Gary Mills.

It was announced on 22 September 2007, via the official website that he had signed for local amateur club Attenborough FC, returning to his roots, as this is where he began his career.

In June 2009, he was set to sign for Hucknall Town., but no deal was agreed.

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