Drew Talbot

Drew Talbot

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Drew Talbot (born 19 July 1986 in Barnsley, South Yorkshire) is an English footballer currently playing as a striker for Chesterfield.


Talbot started his career at Sheffield Wednesday, promoted through the academy in 2003–04. Often used as a substitute, he scored five goals in Wednesday's 2004–05 promotion season including one at Cardiff in the Football League One play-off final.

The following season proved a disappointment for Talbot, as a back injury ruled him out for most of the year. After his impressive first full season at Hillsborough, he was not to play again until September 2006, where he made a substitute appearance against Derby County in a 2–1 home defeat. During the January 2007 transfer window, Talbot signed on loan to League One side Scunthorpe United, scoring one goal in three games. However, his loan deal was cut short as he was instead transferred to Luton Town for a fee of £250,000.

He made his debut for Luton on 27 January 2007 against Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup. Talbot scored his first goal for Luton on his home league debut against his old club Sheffield Wednesday on 20 February 2007, as well as forcing former team-mate Tommy Spurr to score an own goal. Despite a decent goal return he was unable to stop Luton avoiding relegation.

After an epic performance against Liverpool he was labelled the "Ginger Maradona".Plymouth Argyle reportedly bid for Talbot and his strike partner Calvin......
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