Julian Alsford Player Profile

Player Details

  • Full Name: Julian Alsford
  • Born: December 24th, 1972 (Poole, England)
  • Height: 6' 2
  • Position: Defender
  • Signed: March 26th, 1998 (£100,000)
  • First Manager: Tommy McLean
  • Career Totals: 3 appearances
  • Also Played For: Barnet, Chester City, Watford


Playing History

Season Win % Draw % Loss %
1997-98 3 0 1 0 0.0% 66.7% 33.3%
Totals: 3 (0) 0


 Apps = First Team Appearances (Sub Appearances) | Gls = Goals
 Cln = Clean Sheets | CtGR = Clean Sheets to Games Ratio | W/D/L - Games won, drawn or lost as percentage of games played in
 Yel = Yellow Cards/Cautions | Red = Red Cards/Dismissals

 Recent First Team Starts
 11/04/98 Premier Division vs. Aberdeen (H) 0 - 0
 07/04/98 Premier Division vs. Dunfermline (H) 2 - 2
 28/03/98 Premier Division vs. Motherwell (A) 0 - 1

 Recent First Team Goals
 None

 List of Goals Scored
None

 List of Games Played (click to expand)
 11/04/98 Premier Division vs. Aberdeen (H)  0 - 0
 07/04/98 Premier Division vs. Dunfermline (H)  2 - 2
 28/03/98 Premier Division vs. Motherwell (A)  0 - 1


Biography

Signed from Chester City and after playing in just three first team matches and a short loan spell at Barnet, he was released, returning to Chester City.

Debut

March 28th, 1998
Motherwell 1 - 0 Dundee United

League (Premier Division)


Timeline

  • Date of Birth

    Julian was born on this date in Poole, England.

  • Signed For Dundee United

    Signed from Chester City and after playing in just three first team matches and a short loan spell at Barnet, he was released, returning to Chester City.

  • Despite hitting the woodwork twice - Gary McSwegan first half and Robbie Winters in the second - we came away from Fir Park empty handed for the second time this season.

  • Last Appearance - Dundee United 0 - 0 Aberdeen

    Another blank for the Dons who now haven't found the net in their last six visits to Tannadice. But we also failed to hit the target and so both sides had to settle for a point to remain in precarious proximity to the relegation zone.