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Stevenage Player Filipe Morais

Filipe Morais


Filipe Morais
Date Of Birth:


Place Of Birth:

Benavente (POR)

Previous Club(s):

Oldham Athletic
St Johnstone (SCO)
Inverness Caledonian Thistle (SCO)
Hibernian (SCO)
St Johnstone (loan) (SCO)
MK Dons (loan)

Later Club(s):

Bradford City (2014)
Bolton Wanderers (2017)
Crawley Town (2018)

Apps: 50 (16) - Goals: 12

Debut: AFC Wimbledon (H, 3-1), 14/08/2012

Filipe Morais, a Portuguese-born winger with plenty of Iberian flair, joined Stevenage in summer 2012 after leaving Oldham Athletic. During the player's two years at Boundary Park, he became no stranger of League One football and came to Boro' with plenty of experience to bolster the squad.

Although Morais originates from Portugal, it was with Premier League giants Chelsea that he was to start his career. In his three years at Stamford Bridge, he turned professional but found first team opportunities severely restricted by the global talent utilised by the west London club.

After a loan spell at MK Dons provided Morais with his first match experience in English football, he joined Millwall. But again he found himself unable to make a significant breakthrough and moved north to St Johnstone on loan, a club to which he would later return.

However, Hibernian pounced to secure his signature from Millwall and Morais spent two years at Easter Road. Inverness Caledonian Thistle was his next port of call, but he moved on once again following the club's relegation to the Scottish First Division and rejoined St Johnstone.

Making his return to England, Morais arguably enjoyed the most successful spell of his career while at Oldham Athletic. He made more than 50 appearances and scored nearly 10 times in the process. In turning down a new deal in 2012, it was Stevenage who were to reap the benefits.

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