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1 - David Knight

  Darlington's latest man between the sticks is a familiar face. David Knight had a loan spell at the Darlington Arena in 2006 but he has now signed a permanent deal with the club and will start the season as first choice. Knight started his career as a Middlesbrough Academy graduate but after failing to break into the first team he was loaned out to Darlington and Oldham. He signed for ....

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2 - Paul Arnison

Veteren full back Paul Arnison arrived at the Darlington Arena after Colin Todd decided not to offer deals to full back duo Ben Starosta and Craig James. Hartlepool born Arnison has spent his entire career in the lower leagues with some local clubs. After starting his career with Newcastle he became a feature in his home town's back for before making the short trip to Carlisle. He spent last ....

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3 - Mark Bower

Mark Bower signed for Darlington after a successful trial with the club. Colin Todd had originally offered terms to former Quakers left-back Craig James but after some poor pre-season performances Todd looked back to his old club Bradford and brought in Mark on a free transfer. Bradford born and bred, Bower spent 12 years with his hometown club making over 200 appearances in the process. He was ....

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4 - Matt Plummer

Matt Plummer is a young defender signed by Coin Todd following his release from Hull City before the start of the 2009/10 season. Plummer will be looking to push Steve Foster and Ian Miller for first team action.   Career Stats Year Club Apps Goals 2006-2009 Hull City 0 0 2009-Present Darlington 0 0 ....

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5 - Steve Foster

  Steve Foster was perhaps the most important signing ahead of the 2007/08 season. Foster had just been named Player of the Year at Scunthorpe United who had been promoted to the Championship but he turned down a deal at Glanford Park to join up with his former manager David Penney at Darlington. Darlo's record number of clean sheets during that season was in no small part down ....

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6 - Ian Miller

  Young centre-back Ian Miller originally joined Darlington on loan towards the back end of the 2006/07 season and formed a formidable partnership with fellow loanee, Middlesbrough's David Wheater. Ian has since signed for Darlington on a permanent basis and he has looked very capable when called upon in the heart of the Darlington defence. A favourite with many Darlington fans, Miller ....

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7 - Jeff Smith

Middlesbrough born Jeff Smith started his career at the old enemy Hartlepool United. He made just three league appearances during his time with the chokers before being released and finiding himself in the Northern League with Bishop Auckland. Ever the judge of a good player, Hartlepool were made to regret their decision when Smith signed for Bolton Wanderers after impressing Big Sam Allardyce ....

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8 - Chris Lumsdon

After spending five years with Carlisle United Chris Lumsdon became one of Colin Todd's first signings at Darlington. Lumsdon's career started at Sunderland where he made just a couple of first team appearances before joining Barnsley for £350,000 in 2001. Lumsdon spent three years in Yorkshire before signing for Carlisle. His fiver year stint saw him become a fan favourite at Carlisle ....

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9 - Lee Thorpe

There are few more experienced forwards in the Football League than Lee Thorpe. Colin Todd wsted little time in securing the signature of the veteren hitman following his release from Rochdale and Darlington now becomes his thirteenth club. Thorpe brings a lot of experience to the table and, along with Dean Windass, is sure to help the progression of youngsters Curtis Main and Dan Riley. Thorpe ....

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10 - Dean Windass

There are few more recognisable faces in English football than Dean Windass. The veteren striker has been there and done it. He has played in the Premier League for Middlesbrough and scored in it last season for Hull. His career has taken in more stops than the National Express and his final port of call is Darlington where he will also be Assistant to Colin Todd. Windass is perhaps best known ....

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11 - James Bennett

James Bennett signed for Darlington following his release from Hull City at the end of the 2008/09 season. Bennett is a young midfielder and will be looking to break into Colin Todd's first team next season.   Career Stats Year Club Apps Goals 2006-2009 Hull City 0 0 2009-Present Darlington 0 0 ....

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12 - Josh Gray

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13 - Nick Liversedge

Nick is a young goalkeeper who has progressed through the ranks at Darlington. He is yet to make an appearance for the first team but has been named on the bench on a few occasions. Nick Liversidge Facts Squad Number - 15Position - GoalkeeperHeight - 6ft 4inDate of Birth - 18/08/1988 Career Stats Year Club Apps Goals 2007-present Darlington 0 0 ....

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14 - Gary Smith

Gary Smith signed for Darlington in pre-season ahead of the 2009/10 season. A former Middlesbrough Academy graduate, Smith has had a troubled career with injuries and a high profile tribunal hampering his progress in his early years. Smith prematurely ended the career of Manchester United trainee Ben Collett when with Middlesbrough and compensation was agreed at the price of ....

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15 - Curtis Main

Curtis became the youngest player to play for Darlington when aged just 15 he came off the bench on the last day of the 2007/08 season in the 2-0 win at Peterborough. He is one of the hottest prospects on the Darlington books and is looking to push for more appearance in the first team during the 2008/09 season. Career ....

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16 - Danny Groves

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17 - Dan Riley

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18 - Mark Convery


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