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Simon Walton

Former Loanee

D.O.B.

13/09/1987

Height

6ft 1in

Weight

13st 5lbs

Position

Centre Midfield

Signed

August 31st 2009

Fee

Loan

Former Clubs

Cardiff City, Charlton, Ipswich Town, Blackpool, Leeds United, Hull City, QPR, Plymouth

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Simon Walton signed on a season long loan from Plymouth Argyle on August 31st 2009.

Having wracked up fees of over 700,000 with moves to the likes of Ipswich, Charlton and QPR by the age of 22 Walton was seen as a big coup for League Two Crewe.

Although his fitness was some way off perfect he became an instant feature in the Alex midfield for the 2009-2010 season.

After 30 appearances during his season long loan spell from Plymouth, Walton largely failed to live up to expectations.

He returned to Plymouth in summer 2010, with Dario admitting finances meant he couldn't make Walton's move permanent.

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