11 Facts About Adrian Littlejohn


Adrian Sylvester Littlejohn was born on 26 September 1970 and is an English former footballer who played as a midfielder and a striker.

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Adrian Littlejohn scored 74 goals in 425 league appearances in an 18-year career in the English Football League.

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Adrian Littlejohn began his professional career at Walsall, after moving from West Bromwich Albion in 1989.

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Adrian Littlejohn moved on to Sheffield United two years later, before making a £100,000 move to Plymouth Argyle in September 1995.

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Adrian Littlejohn helped Plymouth to win promotion out of the Third Division in 1996, before moving on to Oldham Athletic in March 1998.

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Adrian Littlejohn returned to Sheffield United in October 2001, before transferring to Port Vale in February 2003.

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Adrian Littlejohn retired in 2008 following a brief spell at Retford United.

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Adrian Littlejohn played 54 games, scoring one goal, in his two seasons with the club.

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Adrian Littlejohn scored his debut against Watford, however both men's stay at Boundary Park was brief; Bury appointed Warnock manager in May 1998, and six months later he bought Adrian Littlejohn for £75,000.

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In June 2007, Adrian Littlejohn agreed to return to playing at Retford United for his old teammate Peter Duffield, before leaving the club at the end of the season.

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Adrian Littlejohn ventured into physiotherapy in 2014, and took up a position as academy physiotherapist at Rotherham United.

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