28 Facts About Graham Alexander

1. Graham Alexander passed the entrance examinations for University College London in June 1868 and matriculated there in the autumn.

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2. Graham Alexander earned All-America honors last season as a sophomore after averaging 205 all-purpose yards per game that included 1,276 rushing yards and another 783 receiving yards.

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3. Graham Alexander has the stature to help Congress and the country navigate through possible impeachment and removal proceedings.

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4. Graham Alexander was a popular two-term governor, university president, US secretary of education, and presidential candidate.

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5. Graham Alexander served as Baker's first legislative aide, in 1966, and worked again for him in the late '70s.

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6. Graham Alexander plans to open a manufacturing facility in Merchantville this spring.

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7. Graham Alexander is among the oldest players ever to score in the Premier League.

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8. Graham Alexander scored an equaliser against Arsenal, sending Gunners 'keeper Manuel Almunia the wrong way.

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9. Graham Alexander became a first team regular at Deepdale, eventually club captain and an established set-piece taker, particularly in penalties.

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10. Graham Alexander went on to make a similar number of appearances with Luton in his four years with the club.

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11. Graham Alexander made his first-team debut on 27 April 1991, coming on as a substitute for Mark Hine, and signed his first professional contract the same year.

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12. Graham Alexander is fifth on the list of footballers in England and Scotland by number of league appearances.

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13. Graham Alexander is the fourth oldest player to score in Premier League history.

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14. Graham Alexander was born on 10 October 1971 and is a former professional footballer who is the manager of National League club Salford City.

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15. Graham Alexander returned a bad Norcross snap on a field-goal early in the second quarter and—with five minutes left—Zantavious Graham extended the lead with a 14-yard touchdown run.

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16. Graham Alexander was elected to a seat on the Madison County Council He said any money paid to Alexandria will be reimbursed to the county's food and beverage tax fund.

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17. Graham Alexander delighted with Salford's character to force a replay against Shrewsbury.

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18. Graham Alexander was appointed manager of newly promoted National League club Salford City on 14 May 2018 on a four-year contract, after the departures of Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson.

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19. Graham Alexander was appointed manager of Scunthorpe United on 22 March 2016.

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20. Graham Alexander was shown only one yellow card while playing for Scotland, against New Zealand in May 2003.

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21. Born in England to a Scottish father, Graham Alexander was eligible to play for either England or Scotland.

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22. Graham Alexander returned to Preston North End on 3 August 2011, as he signed a one-year contract with the club.

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23. On 29 June 2009, Graham Alexander signed a new one-year contract at Burnley, and on 15 August he became the oldest player to make a Premier League debut.

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24. Graham Alexander stayed remarkably fit during his career, hardly ever suffering a major injury.

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25. Graham Alexander made over 200 appearances at Scunthorpe before moving to Luton Town for a transfer fee of £100,000.

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26. Graham Alexander began his career in the late 1980s as a youth player with Scunthorpe United.

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27. Graham Alexander was appointed manager of Fleetwood Town in December 2012.

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28. Graham Alexander is a former professional footballer who is the manager of National League club Salford City.

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