Barrie Stimpson

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Barrie Stimpson was born on 8 February, 1964 in Billingham, United Kingdom. Discover Barrie Stimpson’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Age56 years old
Zodiac SignAquarius
Born8 February 1964
Birthday8 February
BirthplaceBillingham, United Kingdom
NationalityUnited Kingdom

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Barrie Stimpson Net Worth

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Timeline of Barrie Stimpson

2009

He left Lancaster by mutual consent in March 2009 after a poor run of form and further economic constraints. In May 2009 he took over as manager of Garstang.

2006

Stimpson returned to Lancaster City later in November 2006, this time as manager of a side marooned at the foot of the Conference North after going through serious financial problems. Despite having nine points when Stimpson took over, they finished the season with just one point following a ten-point deduction, over 40 points adrift at the foot of the table.

2003

In February 2003 Stimpson was assistant manager of Lancaster City, under manager Tony Hesketh. When Hesketh left to manage Kendal Town, Stimpson followed him, again as assistant manager. Stimpson, along with former player-manager Peter Smith took over as caretaker of Kendal after Hesketh left the club in November 2006, but left after just one game in charge.

1995

He moved to Lancaster City where he was captain under manager Alan Tinsley, before rejoining Barrow in February 1995 after initially being on loan. he had a spell at Morecambe before rejoining Lancaster City in December 1995.

1981

Stimpson was an apprentice with Hartlepool United, making his debut in March 1981, a 1–0 win at home to Stockport County. He played in the next three games, an away defeat against Crewe Alexandra and wins at home to Halifax Town and Darlington before losing his place, though played more regularly during the following two seasons. He left to join Chesterfield in the 1983–84 season, but returned to Hartlepool in December 1984 after playing 28 times. On leaving Hartlepool he played for Gateshead, Morecambe and Colne Dynamoes before joining Barrow in August 1990.

1964

Barrie George Stimpson (born 8 February 1964 in Billingham) is an English former professional footballer and former non-league manager. In the Northern Premier Leagues 50th Anniversary top 100 players vote Stimpson came a respectable 21st, another proud day for Stimpson, his family and friends. Stimpson now spends his weekends following Middlesbrough Football Club up and down the country, in 2015 he became Vice President of the North Lancs South Lakes Middlesbrough supporters club (NLSLMSC). He played as a full-back, including Football League appearances for both Hartlepool United and Chesterfield.