Real nameLee Dixon
Age55 (Born 17 Mar, 1964)
Height5ft 8in (1.73m)
Weight11st 8lb (73.47kg)
Place of birthManchester


Arsenal 29 Jan, 88 01 Jul, 02 £400,000 440 (19)2452 (2)145 (0)067 (0)2
Stoke 18 Jul, 86 29 Jan, 88 £40,000 71 (0)57 (0)06 (0)04 (0)0
Bury 15 Jul, 85 18 Jul, 86 Free 45 (0)58 (0)14 (0)01 (0)0
Chester 16 Feb, 84 15 Jul, 85 Free 56 (1)11 (0)02 (0)03 (0)0
Burnley 21 Jul, 82 16 Feb, 84 Junior 4 (0)00 (0)01 (0)00 (0)0
Totals   £440,000 616 (20)3568 (2)258 (0)075 (0)2
Goals per Game    0.05 0.02 n/a 0.02

Games played by Lee Dixon in 2001/2002

PremiershipSu 13Jan 2002Arsenal1 - 1Liverpool
PremiershipSu 20Jan 2002Leeds1 - 1Arsenal
PremiershipSu 10Feb 2002Everton0 - 1Arsenal
FA CupSa 16Feb 2002Arsenal5 - 2Gillingham
PremiershipSa 23Feb 2002Arsenal4 - 1Fulham
Champions LeagueWe 27Feb 2002Arsenal4 - 1B Leverkusen
PremiershipSa 02Mar 2002Newcastle0 - 2Arsenal
PremiershipTu 05Mar 2002Arsenal1 - 0Derby
FA CupSa 09Mar 2002Newcastle1 - 1Arsenal
PremiershipSu 17Mar 2002Aston Villa1 - 2Arsenal
Champions LeagueWe 20Mar 2002Juventus1 - 0Arsenal
FA CupSa 23Mar 2002Arsenal3 - 0Newcastle
PremiershipMo 01Apr 2002Charlton0 - 3Arsenal
PremiershipSa 06Apr 2002Arsenal2 - 1Tottenham
FA CupSu 14Apr 2002NMiddlesbrough0 - 1Arsenal
PremiershipWe 24Apr 2002Arsenal2 - 0West Ham
PremiershipMo 29Apr 2002Bolton0 - 2Arsenal
PremiershipWe 08May 2002Man Utd0 - 1Arsenal
PremiershipSa 11May 2002Arsenal4 - 3Everton


Match in Focus


Man City v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • City scored in the opening half of 16 of their 19 home league games last term
Expert verdict
Manchester City beat Tottenham in three of their four meetings last term and an early season duel at the Etihad should see the Citizens uphold the form. Spurs supporters may feel they won 2018-19’s most crucial clash – the 1-0 first-leg victory at their new stadium that saw the Lilywhites advance into the Champions League semi-finals at the expense of Pep Guardiola’s men. But while Guardiola has yet to crack the code in Europe with City, his team have barely put a foot wrong domestically. Fast starts against Liverpool in the Community Shield and at West Ham suggest they will look to seize the early initiative.


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