Steve Claridge

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Stephen Edward Claridge (born 10 April 1966) is a retired English football player, pundit and coach. He is a pundit for BBC Sport football shows including Football Focus and the The Football League Show.

Claridge has represented 15 different League clubs, some of them in more than one spell, and several Non-League football clubs. Bevan, Chris; 24 October 2006; BBC Sport; "Journeyman striker Steve Claridge was one of O'Neill's first Leicester signings" He has played at all levels of English football. He has also appeared in 1000 professional or semi-professional football matches.

Early years

Claridge was born in Portsmouth and grew up in Titchfield, a village near Fareham, and attended Brookfield Community School in Sarisbury Green. He was an adopted child.

Claridge initially played for Fareham Town in the Southern League. He got into Football League side Bournemouth, though Claridge again stepped down the leagues after just seven games for Bournemouth to sign for Weymouth.

In October 1988 Claridge moved to Crystal Palace, and spent two days with them before joining Division Four team Aldershot. He spent two years with the club...
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