[9] He missed a chance to put Millwall 3–1 up and claim his hat-trick. Alexander rejected a new deal in May 2007. Graham Alexander (born 10 October 1971) is a professional football manager and former player who is the manager of League Two club Salford City. He was sacked in November 2018. [2], Born in London, Alexander signed for Millwall at the age of seven. [16] He scored three goals in 18 appearances,[17] the last of which was the first in a 2–1 win over Fleetwood Town on 27 April 2013, the final day of the season, that preserved the Dons' Football League status. In a lengthy playing career, Alexander represented Scunthorpe United, Luton Town, Preston North End and Burnley. [23], After turning out for Chatham Town for a couple of matches, Alexander joined Ashford United in mid-January 2018,[24] initially as assistant manager team but with a view to becoming manager for the following season. [25] After a spell scouting for Millwall, he was appointed manager of Glebe in September 2019. [21] He guided them to promotion from the Southern Counties East in 2015–16 and the following season they reached the Isthmian League South Division play-offs. Gary George Alexander (born 15 August 1979 in Lambeth) is an English former professional footballer. [3] He spent twelve years in the Academy before making his first team debut in the last game of the season on 5 May 2019, coming on a late substitute in the 1–0 defeat to Wigan Athletic. [3], Born into a family of Millwall fans, his father, Gary, was a professional footballer and played for the club for three years between 2007–2010. He was also caretaker manager of Crawley Town alongside Martin Hinshelwood. [4], Alexander's time at Swindon was short. Keith Alexander (14 November 1956 – 3 March 2010) was a footballer and manager. Alexander Graham Bell Alexander Graham Bell (Edimburgo, Escocia, Reino Unido, 3 de marzo de 1847 -Beinn Bhreagh, Isla del Cabo Bretón, Canadá, 2 de agosto de 1922) fue un científico, inventor y logopeda británico, naturalizado estadounidense. Alexander scored 16 goals in 37 league games for the Grecians and although he was only on-loan to Exeter,[2] became their Player of the Season. [19] He was released by the club at the end of the season. Posición principal : Última revisión : Isak descarta salir de la Real Sociedad: “Dortmund es mi pasado y no mi futuro”, Nuevos valores de mercado internacionales: Isak y Haaland, los que más se revalorizan, El Bernabéu ovaciona a Ødegaard: Doblete exprés de Isak, el pichichi de la Copa. [3] His form with Exeter convinced Swindon Town to sign him from West Ham for £300,000 in July 2000. 30.06.2024. Solna, Posición: George John Alexander(born 14 October 2000) is an English footballer who plays for Millwall. Keith Alexander (14 November 1956 – 3 March 2010) was a footballer and manager. Born in Nottingham, England, he was the manager of League Two side Macclesfield Town at the time of his death, in a career that included international appearances for Saint Lucia. He began his career with West Ham United, but his first taste of first team football came with a loan spell at Exeter City in the 1999–2000 season. https://www.transfermarkt.es/alexander-isak/profil/spieler/349066 [20], Alexander joined Greenwich Borough in July 2014. George John Alexander (born 14 October 2000) is an English footballer who plays for Millwall. [10][11] He scored his first Brentford goal a week later in a 2–1 home defeat to Walsall. He played only one season, scoring seven goals in 43 appearances in all competitions. Lee Helen Alexander (born 23 September 1991) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Scottish Women's Premier League club Glasgow City and the Scotland women's national team. [12], In March 2012 Alexander signed on loan for Crawley Town until the end of the 2011–12 season. Delantero centro, Contrato hasta: [12][14] Following the sacking of manager Ritchie Barker, Alexander became caretaker manager on 28 November 2013, alongside chief scout Martin Hinshelwood. Nacimiento / edad: [9], In August 2010 Alexander signed for Brentford for an undisclosed fee and made his debut on 7 August against Carlisle United. [5], With Swindon Town in financial difficulties they accepted a bid from Hull City in June 2001. Football League Two third-place promotion: This page was last edited on 26 August 2020, at 19:07. Alexander played for a large number of l Para utilizar esta página, por favor active su Javascript. [18], On 31 January 2014, Alexander signed for Burton Albion. Contribuyó al desarrollo de las telecomunicaciones. He also made 40 international appearances for Scotland. [26], "Games played by Gary Alexander in 1999/2000", "BBC SPORT | EXETER CITY | Grecians suffer grey season", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2001/2002", "My Football Facts & Stats | Premier League | Hull City Player of the Year", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2008/2009", "Brentford | News | Latest News | Latest News | BEES LAND STRIKER", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2010/2011", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2011/2012", "Brentford | News | Latest News | Latest News | GARY ALEXANDER LEAVES BRENTFORD", "AFC Wimbledon: Sullivan and Alexander among four arrivals", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2012/2013", "Shane Cansdell-Sherriff: Burton sign Preston defender", "Gary Alexander takes charge of Greenwich Borough after Ian Jenkins is axed following incident with club director", Club Statement: Gary Alexander and John Mackie, "Gary Alexander to become Ashford United manager at end of season", "Ashford United sacked Gary Alexander with the team seventh in Bostik South East", Glebe appoint Gary Alexander as their new manager: It was clear to everybody that we have found the right person for the role, "Games played by Gary Alexander in 1997/1998", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 1998/1999", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2000/2001", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2002/2003", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2003/2004", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2004/2005", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2005/2006", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2006/2007", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2007/2008", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2009/2010", "Games played by Gary Alexander in 2013/2014", "Greenwich Borough | Appearances | Gary Alexander | 2016–2017 | Football Web Pages", "Ashford United | Appearances | Gary Alexander | 2017–2018 | Football Web Pages", "Ashford United | Appearances | Gary Alexander | 2018–2019 | Football Web Pages", "PressReader.com – Your favorite newspapers and magazines", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gary_Alexander_(footballer)&oldid=975101724, Footballers from the London Borough of Lambeth, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 28 November 2018. Universal Sports ... Selección: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gary George Alexander (born 15 August 1979 in … [13] Alexander scored seven goals in fourteen appearances for Crawley as they finished 3rd in League Two and were promoted to League One. Agente: He had previously been on the bench earlier in the season for an FA Cup tie with Everton. His first season saw him score 20 goals in 47 appearances in all competitions and in the 2001–02 season he was awarded the Hull City Player of the Season award.[6][7]. Suecia, Partidos internacionales/goles: She was a basketballer in the South East Australian Basketball League before taking up football in the Victorian Women's Football League. [15], On 31 January 2013 Alexander joined AFC Wimbledon, on loan until the end of the season. Sophie Alexander (footballer) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sophie Alexander (born 25 May 1993) is an Australian rules footballer playing for Collingwood Football Club in the AFL Women's (AFLW). 13/5. [8] However, he was unable to prevent Millwall losing 3–2 to Scunthorpe United, despite Alexander's two goals giving Millwall a 2–1 half-time lead. On 24 May 2009 Alexander scored twice for Millwall in the 2008–09 League One play-off final. On 22 December 2015, Alexander became player-manager. [11] On 28 January 2012 Alexander scored a hat-trick in a 5–2 win over Wycombe Wanderers. He is currently manager of Glebe. [22] He left the club in January 2018. 21/09/1999 (21), Lugar de nacimiento: Born in Nottingham, England, he was the manager of League Two side Macclesfield Town at … [3], "Notification of shirt numbers: Millwall", "George Alexander: It's a dream come true to make Millwall debut", "Games played by George Alexander in 2018/2019", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=George_Alexander_(footballer)&oldid=983640050, Soccerway template with ID not in Wikidata, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 20:18, 4 June 2019 (UTC), This page was last edited on 15 October 2020, at 11:26.