Published: 00:00, 07 August 2017 |
Updated: 13:04, 17 January 2018
Name: Lee Martin Position: Midfielder
Back fully fit for 2017/18 after a previous campaign that was wrecked by injury. The former Manchester United youngster was out for six months after snapping an ankle in pre-season. He made a quicker than expected return from injury and was handed the captain's armband by head coach Ady Pennock after impressing in the build-up to the new League 1 season. Scored his first Gills goal with the winner against Peterborough in October, in Steve Lovell's first game as interim boss.
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Joined: July 2016
Squad number: 11
Date of birth: 9 February 1987
Former teams: Wimbledon (youth), Manchester United, Rangers (loan), Stoke City (loan), Plymouth (loan), Sheffield United (loan), Nottingham Forest (loan), Ipswich Town, Charlton (loan), Millwall, Northampton (loan).
Fascinating fact: Manchester United paid Wimbledon around £1m for Lee back in 2003, beating the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool to his signature.
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