Lloyd Opara

Lloyd Opara

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Junior Lloyd "Lloyd" Opara (born 6 January 1984 in Enfield) is an English footballer who plays as a striker. He has represented a large number of different clubs during his career.


He began his career at Colchester United in 2001 and made his senior debut on 13 October 2001 against Blackpool. After being released by Colchester in 2002 he joined Cambridge United, who were interested in taking on the final year of his scholarship. He instead joined Stevenage Borough in January 2003. He has also played for Enfield, Braintree Town, Hornchurch, Cheshunt, and Swindon Town and many others. He left Swindon by mutual consent in September 2004 after failing to adapt to life outside London. After a trial at Chelsea, he signed for Peterborough United on loan in March 2006. In January 2007 he joined Burton Albion on a month's loan, He joined, then rejoined Arlesey Town, after another brief spell at Cheshunt where he came on as a sub and picked up a winners medal in the final of the 2008 Herts Charity Cup. In 2008-09 season he appeared for Broxbourne Borough in the Premier division of the Spartan South Midland League.


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