Jamie Clapham

Jamie Clapham

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James Richard "Jamie" Clapham (born 7 December 1975) is an English footballer. He plays as a left-back.


Tottenham Hotspur

Clapham was born in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. His career started at Tottenham Hotspur, although he only made one appearance for the club, a 2–1 defeat to Coventry City on May 11, 1997. Prior to that single game, he had had loan spells at Leyton Orient (six games between January 29 and February 22, 1997) and Bristol Rovers (five games between March 27 and April 26 of the same year).

Ipswich Town

The next season saw him loaned out to Ipswich Town for two months between January 9 and March 12, 1998, the move then becoming permanent for a fee of £300,000. He made a total of 175 full and 20 substitute appearances in the league for Ipswich and scored eight goals, the most notable coming from his left-footed free kicks. In 1999, he was voted Ipswich Town's "Player of the Year". He also tasted European action with the club, playing 12 games in the UEFA Cup in two successive campaigns, 2001–02 and 2002–03.

Ipswich Town's relegation in 2002 led to the club going into administration and created a need to sell players. Clapham was one such player as he was sold.

Birmingham City

He joined Premiership club Birmingham City for £1.3 million in 2003 after four years at Portman Road. He settled into the team and was a virtual ever-present until a hamstring injury forced him out in December 2003. His recovery was hampered...
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