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Stevenage Player Sam Wedgbury

Sam Wedgbury


Sam Wedgbury
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Previous Club(s):

Altrincham (loan)
Macclesfield Town
Ferencvaros (TUR) (loan)
Mansfield Town (loan)
Sheffield United
Worcester City

Later Club(s):

Forest Green Rovers (2014)
Wrexham (2017)
Chesterfield (2018)

Apps: 7 (13) - Goals: 0

Debut: Oldham Athletic (H, 3-4), 03/08/2013  

Sam Wedgbury was among the first new faces to be added to the Stevenage roster following the end of the 2012/3 season, with manager Graham Westley snapping up the young midfielder on a free transfer from non-league Macclesfield Town. At Moss Rose, he made more than 100 appearances across a three-year stay with the Silkmen and also earned a call up to the England C team in 2013.

Starting his career at Worcester City, he became the club's youngest ever goalscorer when scoring on debut aged just 15-years-old. The progress Wedgbury made during his early career soon earned him a move to Sheffield United, although his four-year spell with the Blades yielded no first-team appearances. Instead, he found himself loaned to Mansfield Town and Turkish side Ferencvaros.

After his contract with Sheffield United expired, the midfielder made the move to Macclesfield Town - then in League Two. There was another loan spell in the offing in 2011, when Altrincham secured his services on a temporary basis. But he was to establish himself as a regular in the Macclesfield team - even after relegation to the Conference.

Having been voted Macclesfield Town's Fans and Players' Player of the Year for 2012/3, he was handed the chance to step up to League One with Stevenage. If there was an indication of his credentials as a Graham Westley player, Wedgbury stated that "football is getting too soft and the blame lies with Premier League players".

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