Real nameGary Pearson
Age41 (Born 07 Dec, 1976)
Height6ft (1.83m)
Weight12st (76.19kg)
Place of birthEasington


York 05 Jul, 04 31 May, 06 Free 12 (0)00 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0
Darlington (old) 08 Aug, 01 05 Jul, 04 Free 39 (9)31 (2)00 (0)01 (0)0
Durham City 01 Aug, 00 08 Aug, 01 Free No appearance data available
Stalybridge 22 Mar, 96 31 May, 97 Free No appearance data available
Sheff Utd 03 Jul, 95 22 Mar, 96 No appearance data available
Totals   £0 51 (9)31 (2)00 (0)02 (0)0
Goals per Game    0.05 0 n/a 0

Games played by Gary Pearson in 2002/2003

English FA CupSa 16Nov 2002Wrexham0 - 2Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Sa 23Nov 2002Shrewsbury2 - 2Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Sa 30Nov 2002Darlington (old)2 - 1Southend
Football League Div 3Th 26Dec 2002Carlisle2 - 2Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Sa 28Dec 2002Darlington (old)1 - 1Torquay
Football League Div 3Tu 14Jan 2003Oxford1 - 1Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Sa 18Jan 2003Darlington (old)2 - 1Kidderminster
Football League Div 3Sa 08Feb 2003Darlington (old)2 - 2Rushden
Football League Div 3Sa 15Feb 2003Lincoln1 - 1Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Su 23Feb 2003Wrexham0 - 0Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Sa 01Mar 2003Darlington (old)2 - 2Hartlepool
Football League Div 3Tu 04Mar 2003Darlington (old)2 - 1York
Football League Div 3Sa 08Mar 2003Bournemouth2 - 0Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Sa 15Mar 2003Darlington (old)2 - 2Exeter
Football League Div 3We 19Mar 2003Boston Utd1 - 0Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Sa 22Mar 2003Scunthorpe0 - 1Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Sa 29Mar 2003Darlington (old)3 - 1Bury
Football League Div 3Sa 05Apr 2003Southend2 - 0Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Sa 12Apr 2003Darlington (old)5 - 1Shrewsbury
1 goal1
Football League Div 3Sa 19Apr 2003Macclesfield1 - 0Darlington (old)
Football League Div 3Mo 21Apr 2003Darlington (old)2 - 0Hull
Football League Div 3Sa 03May 2003Darlington (old)2 - 2Leyton Orient


Match in Focus


Real Madrid v Levante

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Real Madrid have failed to score in four successive matches
Expert verdict
Real Madrid need to get back to winning ways but they may struggle to see off improving Levante, who have won their last two games, against Alaves and Getafe. Levante will be buoyed by the pair of draws they chalked up against Real last season, though this term they have the third-worst defence in La Liga.


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