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Lee Trundle - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lee Trundle Trundle playing for Bristol City in 2008Personal informationFull name Lee TrundleDate of birth 10 October 1976 (age 46)Place of birth Liverpool, EnglandPosition(s) ForwardTeam informationCurrent team Mumbles RangersSenior career*Years Team Apps (Gls)1995 Burscough 10 (5)1995–1997 Chorley 66 (21)1997–1998 Stalybridge Celtic 37 (10)1998–2000 Southport 38 (8)1999 → Bamber Bridge (loan) (11)2000–2001 Rhyl 18 (15)2001–2003 Wrexham 94 (27)2003–2007 Swansea City 146 (78)2007–2010 Bristol City 53 (7)2009 → Leeds United (loan) (1)2009–2010 → Swansea City (loan) 20 (5)2010–2012 Neath 59 (26)2012–2013 Preston North End 1 (0)2013 Chester 3 Marine (1)2016–2018 Llanelli Town 45 (68)2018 Haverfordwest County (12)2019 Trefelin BGC 12 (14)2019–2023 Ammanford 63 (29)2023– Mumbles Rangers (3) *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 17:02, 12 June 2019 (UTC) Lee Christopher Trundle (born 10 October 1976) is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Ardal League South West side Mumbles Rangers.
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Wrexham Within six months, he had been snapped up by Brian Flynn to play for Wrexham where he played 78 matches (plus a further 24 as substitute) in all competitions and scored 30 goals in a little over two years. A goalscoring account which was started by a bicycle kick to start a second half comeback from 2–0 which culminated in a 3–2 victory for Wrexham against Walsall on 24 February 2001. Swansea City In the summer of 2003, Trundle received a free transfer and moved south to link up with Flynn who had now become manager of Swansea City.
Trundle made a name for himself in professional football during a four-year spell for Swansea City, where he scored 78 goals in 146 appearances between 2003 and 2007. In July 2007, he left Swansea and signed with Bristol City, though he only scored 8 times in 3 seasons and was loaned out to both Leeds United and back to Swansea. In 2010, following his release from Bristol City, Trundle returned to the top tier of Welsh football and signed for Neath.
 He was given permission by Swansea and the Welsh FA to play in Bristol City's pre-season friendly against Yeovil Town before he officially completed the deal, scoring and providing an assist in a 2–2 draw at Ashton Gate. It is believed Bristol City made four offers for the striker. Their final offer of £1, 000, 000 was accepted after Trundle handed in a transfer request. Trundle scored his first goals, a brace, for Bristol City against Scunthorpe on 25 August 2007. Leeds United Trundle joined Leeds United on a one-month loan on 9 January 2009 and was allocated the number 35 shirt. Former Swansea teammate Andy Robinson played a big part in recommending Leeds to Trundle.  He made his debut for Leeds as a second-half substitute in the 2–0 loss to Carlisle United at Elland Road. He scored his only goal for the club on his first starting appearance, in a 2–0 win at Brighton on 17 January.
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