Real nameCraig Pead
Age37 (Born 15 Sep, 1981)
Height5ft 9in (1.75m)
Weight11st 6lb (72.56kg)
Place of birthBromsgrove


Brentford 02 Jul, 07 31 May, 09 Free 32 (6)03 (0)01 (0)01 (1)0
Walsall 27 May, 05 02 Jul, 07 Free 64 (16)05 (0)03 (0)04 (0)0
Walsall 23 Mar, 05 08 May, 05 Loan 8 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Notts Co 10 Sep, 04 11 Oct, 04 Loan 4 (1)00 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0
Coventry 01 Aug, 99 27 May, 05 Trainee 24 (18)22 (0)01 (0)00 (0)0
Totals   £0 132 (41)210 (0)05 (0)06 (1)0
Goals per Game    0.01 0 n/a 0

Games played by Craig Pead in 2002/2003

Football League Div 1Mo 26Aug 2002Watford5 - 2Coventry
Football League Div 1Sa 31Aug 2002Coventry0 - 1Nottm Forest
Football League Div 1Sa 07Dec 2002Stoke1 - 2Coventry
Football League Div 1Sa 14Dec 2002Wolves0 - 2Coventry
Football League Div 1Sa 21Dec 2002Coventry3 - 0Derby
Football League Div 1Th 26Dec 2002Coventry2 - 0Reading
Football League Div 1Sa 28Dec 2002Sheff Utd0 - 0Coventry
Football League Div 1We 01Jan 2003C Palace1 - 1Coventry
Football League Div 1Sa 11Jan 2003Coventry0 - 0Brighton
English FA CupWe 15Jan 2003Coventry3 - 0Cardiff
Football League Div 1Sa 18Jan 2003Nottm Forest1 - 1Coventry
English FA CupSa 25Jan 2003Rochdale2 - 0Coventry
Football League Div 1Sa 01Feb 2003Coventry0 - 1Watford
Football League Div 1Sa 08Feb 2003Coventry0 - 1Burnley
Football League Div 1Sa 22Feb 2003Coventry0 - 2Bradford
Football League Div 1Sa 01Mar 2003Grimsby0 - 2Coventry
Football League Div 1We 05Mar 2003Sheff Wed5 - 1Coventry
Football League Div 1Sa 08Mar 2003Coventry2 - 2Wimbledon
Football League Div 1Sa 15Mar 2003Norwich2 - 0Coventry
Football League Div 1We 19Mar 2003Coventry0 - 4Portsmouth
Football League Div 1Sa 22Mar 2003Coventry1 - 2Leicester
Football League Div 1Sa 05Apr 2003Preston2 - 2Coventry
1 goal1
Football League Div 1Sa 12Apr 2003Coventry2 - 4Ipswich
Football League Div 1Tu 15Apr 2003Walsall0 - 0Coventry
Football League Div 1Sa 19Apr 2003Derby1 - 0Coventry
Football League Div 1Mo 21Apr 2003Coventry0 - 1Stoke


Match in Focus

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Man Utd v Juventus

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • United have lost only three of their last 22 European matches
Expert verdict
The return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford will grab all of the headlines but Manchester United should be able to hold their own against Juventus. Confidence will have been restored by the manner of the performance in the 2-2 draw at Chelsea and United remain a tough nut to crack in European home encounters.


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