WPL career details for Gary Brabin

Not in Welsh Premier
Highly experienced midfielder with more than 200 Football League appearances under his belt for Torquay, Hull City, Blackpool, Bury and Doncaster Rovers. Appeared first in the Welsh Premier in 2002 after joining TNS from then Conference outfit Chester and went on to make 47 league starts before suffering a bout of breathlessness at Connah's Quay in February 2004. Decided to retire from the game on medical advice and joined Unibond Leaguers Witton Albion as assistant manager, but surprisingly resurrected his playing career in summer 2005 with moves to Halifax Town, Southport and Burscough. Returned as TNS assistant manager in June 2007, leaving with manager Ken McKenna in March the following year.
BORN 09/12/1970
COUNTRY
POSITION M

ALL-TIME WELSH PREMIER APPEARANCES

SEASON
CLUB
APPS
SUB
GOALS
2002-03
Total Network Solutions
30
0
6
2003-04
Total Network Solutions
17
1
1
2007-08
The New Saints
0
2
0
Totals  
47
3
7

CURRENT CAMPAIGN (WHERE APPLICABLE)

SEASON
COMPETITION APPS SUB GOALS YELLOW RED
2013-2014League Cup00000
2013-2014Welsh Premier League00000
NB: Welsh Cup stats are unavailable as the FAW does not record player appearances for all rounds of the competition.