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Ashley Westwood

Number 4

D.O.B.

01/04/1990

Birthplace

Nantwich

Height

5ft 9in

Weight

10st 8lbs

Nickname

Westy

Position

Midfielder

Signed

Academy Graduate

Fee

N/A

Former Clubs

N/A

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Local lad Ashley Westwood first appeared on the scene back in March 2009 under Gudjon Thordarson. Two brief substitute appearances gave the midfielder a taste of what was to come for the 2009-2010 season.

After an impressive pre-season Westy began the 2009-2010 season in the starting 11 and didn't look back. Going from strength to strength he established himself as arguably the most important feature of the Alex midfield.

Versatile, Westwood has not only been used as a attack minded midfielder he can also revert to full back when called upon.

After scoring his first goal in December 2009, a free kick against Chesterfield, he went on to score a further four by mid-March, including a winning brace against in-form Northampton Town in February.

Certain to catch the eye of many a scouts in the coming years it'll be a matter of when, not if, Westwood will go on to bigger and better things.

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