Mudge, James

Birth Date

25th March 1983


Exeter, England



Biographical Text

Mudge was a youth trainee at Exeter City, going on to become a full professional and making his league debut as a substitute in a goalless draw at St James’ Park against Macclesfield Town in February 2001.

He was to feature in two further games a substitute that season before an alleged ‘falling out’ and although Exeter retained his Football League registration, Mudge signed for Tiverton Town. In six years with the Yellows, he scored more than 120 goals.

Mudge, who returned to Exeter City in 2007-08, and trained with the squad, whilst playing for Dawlish Town, then signed for Dorchester Town. He rejoined Tiverton Town for second spell at the club in January 2009.

Moving on to Bideford in July 2010, he then went back to Dorchester Town four months later.

However, in February 2011, Mudge signed for Willand Rovers on loan and in the same month moved on to join Weymouth, linking up with his former Tiverton Town boss and ex-Grecian, Martyn Rogers.

Mudge was on the move again in the summer of 2011, signing for Bideford, and then on to Falmouth Town in February 2012.

Appearances as Substitute



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