Role: Former

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Lee Archer

Cultured midfielder with a wicked left foot.

Was signed by Graham Roberts for the Rebels and proved to be a more than useful acquisition. Played on the left side of midfield and was an excellent set piece taker. Also capable of playing on the left side of defence.

Archer was born in Bristol, and began his career as a trainee at his home town club Bristol Rovers. He made 200 appearances for Rovers in all competitions. He was known as a quick left winger or left sided midfielder and was part of a Bristol Rovers side that lost out to Huddersfield at Wembley in the playoff final. Having to give up professional football due to knee injuries he then had a spell at Yeovil Town before moving on to Rushden & Diamonds. He then moved back for a second spell at Yeovil Town. He is now owner of Pro Fitness personal training, the most successful personal training company in the south west, which also employs former Bristol and England Rugby Union player David Rees and has also trained professional sportsmen such as Marcus Stewart, 2nd top scorer and top English goalscorer for Ipswich Town in the 2000 - 2001 premiership football season.

After a long break from the game Lee made a surprise comeback at the age of 37 in August 2010 when he was tempted back by former Bristol Rovers team-mate David Mehew to play for Gloucester City as cover for the injured Jake Harris. The Tigers were going through something of an injury crisis and manager Mehew called up his old friend in an effort to patch over some of the gaps in his squad. Although he hadn't played a competitive match at any level for over seven years he impressed on his Gloucester debut; a 5–0 win over Redditch United.


First Appearance: 09-01-1999 vs Chesham United
First Goal: 13-02-1999 vs Hampton
Position: Midfielder
Total STFC Appearances: 30
Total STFC Goals: 6

Matches Played

Match Date Home Team Score Away Team Competition Goals Cards Report
01-09-2001Lewes3-0Slough TownFA Cup--Report
27-08-2001Slough Town3-3YeadingLeague1-Report
25-08-2001Bromley0-3Slough TownLeague--Report
21-08-2001Oxford City3-0Slough TownLeague--Report
18-08-2001Slough Town0-3Walton & HershamLeague--Report
13-01-2001Purfleet2-0Slough TownLeague--Report
06-01-2001Basingstoke Town3-2Slough TownLeague1-Report
26-12-2000Maidenhead United1-0Slough TownLeague--Report
23-12-2000Slough Town0-2Farnborough TownLeague--Report
16-12-2000Grays Athletic1-0Slough TownLeague--Report
28-11-2000Slough Town1-2Harrow BoroughLeague--Report
18-11-2000Dulwich Hamlet2-2Slough TownLeague1yellowReport
14-11-2000Marlow0-2Slough TownLeague Cup--Report
13-04-1999Slough Town2-2Aldershot TownLeague--Report
10-04-1999Enfield2-1Slough TownLeague--Report
05-04-1999Slough Town1-0Dulwich HamletLeague1-Report
03-04-1999Heybridge Swifts2-1Slough TownLeague--Report
27-03-1999Aldershot Town1-1Slough TownLeague1-Report
20-03-1999Slough Town1-1HendonLeague--Report
13-03-1999Billericay Town1-2Slough TownLeague--Report
06-03-1999Slough Town0-1Dagenham & R.League--Report
02-03-1999Boreham Wood1-0Slough TownLeague--Report
27-02-1999Harrow Borough0-2Slough TownLeague--Report
20-02-1999Slough Town1-0St Albans CityLeague--Report
16-02-1999Carshalton Ath0-3Slough TownLeague--Report
13-02-1999Slough Town3-0HamptonLeague1-Report
06-02-1999Purfleet0-4Slough TownLeague--Report
30-01-1999Slough Town1-2Sutton UnitedLeague--Report
23-01-1999Bishop's Stortford0-1Slough TownLeague--Report
09-01-1999Chesham United1-0Slough TownLeague--Report
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2 Chris Flood 7
3 Warren Harris 3
4 Louie Soares 3
5 Sam Togwell 2
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