Real nameNeil Brisco
Age40 (Born 26 Jan, 1978)
Height6ft (1.83m)
Weight13st (82.54kg)
Place of birthWigan


Northwich 01 Jan, 05 01 Mar, 05 Loan 5 (0)00 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0
Northwich 17 Nov, 04 17 Dec, 04 Loan 5 (0)10 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Rochdale 03 Jun, 04 08 May, 06 Free 20 (7)00 (0)00 (0)01 (1)0
Port Vale 01 Aug, 98 03 Jun, 04 Free 106 (13)24 (1)02 (0)08 (1)0
Man City 01 Aug, 96 31 May, 98 Trainee 0 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Totals   £0 136 (20)34 (1)02 (0)010 (2)0
Goals per Game    0.01 0 n/a 0

Games played by Neil Brisco in 2002/2003

Football League Div 2Tu 13Aug 2002Cardiff3 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 17Aug 2002Chesterfield2 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 24Aug 2002Port Vale0 - 1Stockport
Football League Div 2Mo 26Aug 2002Wigan0 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 31Aug 2002Port Vale1 - 0Peterborough
Football League Div 2Sa 07Sep 2002Swindon1 - 2Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 14Sep 2002Port Vale1 - 0Colchester
Football League Div 2Tu 17Sep 2002Port Vale3 - 2Notts Co
Football League Div 2Sa 21Sep 2002Blackpool3 - 2Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 28Sep 2002Port Vale2 - 3Bristol C
Football League Div 2Sa 26Oct 2002Port Vale1 - 2Crewe
Football League Div 2Sa 15Feb 2003QPR4 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 22Feb 2003Port Vale1 - 1Swindon
Football League Div 2Tu 25Feb 2003Port Vale0 - 2Cardiff
Football League Div 2Sa 01Mar 2003Colchester4 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Tu 04Mar 2003Notts Co1 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 15Mar 2003Crewe1 - 1Port Vale
1 goal1
Football League Div 2Tu 18Mar 2003Port Vale1 - 0Brentford
Football League Div 2Sa 22Mar 2003Port Vale1 - 2Cheltenham
Football League Div 2Sa 29Mar 2003Oldham1 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 05Apr 2003Mansfield0 - 1Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 12Apr 2003Port Vale3 - 2Northampton
Football League Div 2Sa 19Apr 2003Plymouth3 - 0Port Vale
Football League Div 2Mo 21Apr 2003Port Vale1 - 1Wycombe


Match in Focus


England v Croatia

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • England have won four of their last five home matches
Expert verdict
This World Cup semi-final rematch is about much more than revenge for England with both teams knowing a Wembley win will take them through to next summer's Nations League knockout phase. England look to have stepped up a gear since last summer's World Cup loss to Croatia, beating Spain in Seville, and can continue their upward trajectory.


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