Lee Rogers, signed from Bristol City, featured in sixteen league games at the start and finish of Exeter City’s 1989/90 Division Four championship campaign having rarely played during the middle part of the season. He later played for Gloucester City.
Bristolian Lee became a Bristol City apprentice in 1983 and, having signed a full contract in December 1984, went on to feature in 30 league games for the Ashton Gate club. Suffering a broken leg in a reserve team match at Torquay United, and following loan spells at Hereford United in March 1987 and York City, Lee joined Exeter City on a free transfer in June 1988.
Making his Grecians league debut against Wrexham on 27 August 1988, Lee started 45 of City’s 46 games in 1988/89 before enjoying a run of games at the start of the next term ahead of losing his place to Jim McNichol. Featuring infrequently during the middle part of what was to be City’s title-winning campaign, Lee returned late in the season as the Grecians firstly closed in on promotion and then the title itself.
Adding another seventeen league appearances during City’s first season in the third-tier, Lee moved to Gloucester City at the end of the season as he Football League career drew to a close at the age of twenty-four after 128 games.