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Jason Price



His Time At Swansea

Jason Price was born in Pontypridd in 1977 the 6 ft 2 Midfielder started his football career at Aberaman fc and in 1995 joined on a free transfer to Swansea city.

Jason made 118 League appearances for the swans with 15 goals and 4 fa cup appearances. Jason made only 1 appearance in the 1996-97 season.

The 1997-1998 season was far more fruitful for Jason making 31 league appearances.

Jason continued to establish himself as a starter for the club and in his final season 2000/2001 with us made 41 league appearances and netting 4 goals.

Jason left the club for Tranmere Rovers in 2001.

Where is he Now?

Jason could not firmly establish himself at Tranmere rovers and moved on swiftly after 2 seasons and had a brief spell at Brentford in the 2001/2002 season. Jason moved on to Hull where his time with the tigers was a little bit more successful with 45 league appearances over 3 seasons netting 13 goals. He is now at fellow league one rivals Doncaster Rovers.
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Date:Tuesday November 28 2006

Time: 11:13PM

 

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