Sam Shilton

Sam Shilton

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Sam Shilton

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Sam Shilton (born on 21 July 1978, in Nottingham) is a professional footballer playing as a defender, currently playing for Bedworth United, having been released by Conference North team Solihull Moors.

He is the son of former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton.

Playing career

Football League

Shilton started his football career with Plymouth Argyle as a trainee in August 1994. Roughly one year later, Shilton was the subject of a £125,000 transfer to Midlands side Coventry City. During his time with the "Sky Blues", Shilton played just six games before moving on to Hartlepool United.

After three rather successful seasons with Hartlepool United, Shilton moved back to the Midlands to Kidderminster Harriers.

Non League

Shilton appeared for The Harriers on 79 occasions before moving on to Conference National side Burton Albion. Shilton was with The Brewers for just over one year before joining Hinckley United in July 2005.In December 2007 Sam joined Kettering Town on a free Transfer

Hinckley United

He started in midfield for the Conference North club, but an injury crisis caused him to be moved to defence. He played so well in that position that he was ever present in his defense role for Hinckley United, making over 100 appearances. Shilton left Hinckley on 7 December 2007, signing for Kettering Town.

Post Hinckley

Shilton would make just two appearances for Kettering Town during the 2007–08 season, before moving on to Solihull Moors for the...
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