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Defender who signed for St. Albans City this season from fellow Conference South side Eastleigh and made his debut during an FA Trophy victory at Heybridge Swifts on 26 November - missed the Saints next two matches due to getting married at the start of December.

Began his career as a youngster with Torquay United and Portsmouth before going into the non-league game with Yeovil Town.

Had a spell at Aldershot Town before spending move than three years at Hampton & Richmond Borough where he was captain and helped the club into Premier Division of the Isthmian League. Signed for Gravesend & Northfleet whom he helped win a place in the Conference in 2002 as Isthmian League champions. Ended last season with Crawley Town joining Eastleigh during the close season.

After appearing in City’s FA Trophy wins at Heybridge Swifts and AFC Wimbledon he made his Conference South debut during the home Boxing Day win over Bishop’s Stortford and went on to enjoy victory in each of his first six games for the Saints. Lost his place in the starting line up following City's defeat at Bognor Regis Town on 21 January and left the club in mid-March to join Staines Town
D.O.B:
02/10/1975





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Nick Burton's playing record
Season Started Used Sub Goals Yellows Reds
Season 2005-06 10 3 0 1 0
Total 10 3 0 1 0
By season | In opening squad | Substituted in | Goals | Yellow cards | Red cards


Nick Burton's full debut
17.12.2005 at 15:00 FA Trophy / 1st Rd H AFC Wimbledon 3 - 2


Latest 5 matches Nick Burton started
25.02.2006 at 15:00 Conference South H Eastbourne Borough 1 - 1
21.02.2006 at 19:45 Conference South H Thurrock 3 - 2
18.02.2006 at 15:00 Conference South H Newport County 3 - 1
28.01.2006 at 15:00 Conference South H Basingstoke Town 3 - 1
21.01.2006 at 15:00 Conference South H Bognor Regis Town 1 - 2
All statistics provided by Dave Tavener and Peter Taylor.
Match reports by Dave Tavener.
Photographs by Leigh Page & Robert Walkley.