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Steve Sims

For the Welsh boxer, see Steve Sims (boxer).

Steve Sims
Personal information
Full nameSteve Sims
Date of birth (1957-07-02) 2 July 1957 (age 57)
Place of birthLincoln, England
Playing positionCentral Defender
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1975–1978Leicester City79(3)
1978–1984Watford152(4)
1984–1986Notts County85(5)
1986–1987Watford19(1)
1987–1989Aston Villa41(0)
1989–??Burton Albion?(?)
National team
1976–1978England U2110(2)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Steve Sims (born 2 July 1957 in Lincoln, England) is a former English football defender, probably most famous for his time at Watford. He started his career at Leicester City in 1975 and, after 3 seasons he was transferred to Watford for £175,000 and was the player of the season for 1980/81.[1] In 1984 he moved to Notts County and after 2 years with the club he returned to Watford for his second spell. After a single season he signed for Aston Villa and then played for Burton Albion.

References / external links

  • Steve Sims - Watford FC - Football-Heroes.net
  • Blind, Stupid and Desperate - Watford FC site - Tributes - Steve Sims


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