Jamie Stuart

Jamie Stuart

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 15:00, 1 May 2010 (UTC)

Jamie Christopher Stuart (born 15 October 1976) is an English footballer who plays for Sutton United as a defender. He started his career in the Football League with Charlton Athletic, Millwall, Bury and Southend United, before dropping into non-League football with Hornchurch, Grays Athletic and Rushden & Diamonds. He has also once acted as manager for Grays in the Essex Senior Cup and later captained the side.

In 1997, Stuart was sacked by Charlton and served a six-month ban from football for failing a doping test. He was also charged with grievous bodily harm following an incident with Chris Beardsley, in a match with York City in September 2007. He was acquitted of the charges in September 2008.

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