David Stockdale

David Stockdale

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David Stockdale

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David Adam Stockdale (born 20 September 1985) is an English footballer who plays for Ipswich Town as a goalkeeper, on loan from Fulham.

Stockdale started his career with the Huddersfield Town youth system before joining York City's youth system, where he became a scholar in 2002. He made his first team debut on the last day of the 2002–03 season. He established himself in the team during the 2004–05 season and in 2006, following loan spells at Wakefield-Emley and Worksop Town, was released by the club. He moved to Darlington and in his second season with the club played in the play-offs. He signed for Premier League side Fulham for an undisclosed fee in 2008. Having played once for the England National Game XI, he has been called up to the England squad but remains uncapped.

Club career

York City

Born in Leeds, West Yorkshire, Stockdale played for the Huddersfield Town youth system before joining the York City youth system in 2000 and was promoted from the under-16 team to the under-19 team for a game against Bradford City in October 2001. He was offered a scholarship by the club in February 2002 to become a first-year trainee for the 2002–03 season.<ref name="Eyes on the future occupies the focus of the club's young...
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