Pugh, Steve

Birth Date

1st February 1965

Birthplace

Wolverhampton

Occupation

Defender

Biographical Text

Steve Pugh, who started his career with Wolverhampton Wanderers, made just over twenty league appearances for Exeter City in the mid-1980s after signing from Torquay United where he had made 120 league appearances. He later played over 300 times for Weymouth,

After serving his apprenticeship with Wolverhampton Wanderers, Steve signed as a full professional for the club in December 1982 but never played a league game for the Molineux side. He signed for Torquay United in October 1983 and went on to make 120 league outings, scoring four goals before making the short move to Exeter City in August 1986.

Steve's one season stay at St James’ Park began with a debut against Orient on 23 August 1986 but, apart from the start and end of the season, he never enjoyed a long-run in the side. He left making 24 League appearances (scoring once against Burnley) to join Weymouth where he made over 300 appearances whilst continuing to live in the Torbay area where he ran a building company.

Appearances

23

Appearances as Substitute

1

Goals

1

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