Real nameNeale Fenn
Age41 (Born 18 Jan, 1977)
Height5ft 9in (1.75m)
Weight10st 12lb (68.94kg)
Place of birthEdmonton


Dundalk 01 Jul, 09 01 Nov, 10 No appearance data available
Peterborough 10 May, 01 25 Jun, 03 Free 33 (17)76 (1)22 (1)12 (0)0
Lincoln 02 Jan, 99 25 Apr, 99 Loan 0 (4)00 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0
Swindon 13 Nov, 98 05 Dec, 98 Loan 4 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Norwich 26 Mar, 98 01 Nov, 98 Loan 6 (1)10 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Leyton Orient 26 Jan, 98 15 Feb, 98 Loan 3 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Tottenham 01 Aug, 95 10 May, 01 Trainee 0 (8)02 (0)10 (0)00 (0)0
Totals   £0 46 (30)88 (1)32 (1)13 (0)0
Goals per Game    0.10 0.33 n/a 0

Games played by Neale Fenn in 2002/2003

Football League Div 2Mo 26Aug 2002Peterborough0 - 1Colchester
English League CupTu 10Sep 2002Portsmouth2 - 0Peterborough
Football League Div 2Sa 14Sep 2002Peterborough0 - 0Crewe
Football League Div 2Sa 28Sep 2002Peterborough5 - 1Brentford
Football League Div 2Sa 05Oct 2002Notts Co2 - 2Peterborough
Football League Div 2Sa 12Oct 2002Peterborough0 - 0Mansfield
English FA CupSa 16Nov 2002Rochdale3 - 2Peterborough
1 goal1
Football League Div 2Sa 23Nov 2002Peterborough1 - 3Barnsley
Football League Div 2Sa 30Nov 2002Swindon1 - 1Peterborough
Football League Div 2Sa 04Jan 2003Oldham0 - 0Peterborough
Football League Div 2Sa 11Jan 2003Huddersfield0 - 1Peterborough
Football League Div 2Sa 18Jan 2003Peterborough1 - 2Port Vale
Football League Div 2Sa 25Jan 2003Northampton0 - 1Peterborough
Football League Div 2Sa 01Feb 2003Peterborough1 - 1Luton
1 goal1
Football League Div 2Sa 08Feb 2003Chesterfield0 - 0Peterborough
Football League Div 2Sa 22Feb 2003Peterborough2 - 0Stockport


Match in Focus

19:45 TODAY BBC1

Southampton v Derby

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Saints have failed to win nine of their ten home games this season
Expert verdict
Southampton have made steady progress under new manager Ralph Hasenhuttl. However, the way in which the Saints let a 2-0 lead slip at Pride Park shows that the Austrian still has some work to do and upcoming good opportunities for Premier League survival may be more important than this replay. The cup isn’t top of Frank Lampard’s list of priorities this term, either, as he attempts to steer Derby into the top flight but their attacking style of play is unlikely to be tinkered with.


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