Ryan Lowe

Ryan Lowe

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Ryan Lowe

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Ryan Thomas Lowe (born 18 September 1978 in Liverpool, England) is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Football League One side Bury.

Playing career

Lowe played for non–league side Burscough before moving into The Football League with Shrewsbury Town in time for 2000–01. After almost five years with the Shrews (which included a season in the Nationwide Conference), Lowe switched to fellow Football League Two side Chester City on March 22, 2005.

He spent a year at Chester, which included scoring twice in a shock FA Cup 3–0 win over Nottingham Forest on 3 December 2005 before leaving the club by mutual consent shortly after the return to the club of manager Mark Wright.

Lowe joined Football League One side Crewe Alexandra in time for 2006–07 season. He enjoyed a successful debut for the Railwaymen, scoring the opening goal; assisting David Vaughan's goal and earning the man of the match in Crewe's 2–2 draw with Northampton Town on August 5, 2006. Lowe continued his form over the first few games of the season, scoring a further two goals in late August. However, the arrival of Rodney Jack to the club saw him lose his starting place for much of September. He returned to the starting line up on September 30, 2006 against Carlisle United. Lowe scored his only hat–trick for Crewe as they ran out 5–1 winners at The Alexandra Stadium.

After spells in and out of the Crewe side, Lowe joined......
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