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Born: 19 September 1956
Came from: Fulham Went to: Liskeard
First game: 10 March 1978 Last game: 27 February 1982
Appearances: 94 (90/4) Goals: 0
James served his apprenticeship with Fulham during the period when their side included George Best, Alan Mullery, Bobby Moore and Rodney Marsh, making 20 appearances across three seasons following his debut in 1975. Moving to Home Park in March 1978, the Paddington-born defender spent five years with Argyle, although he did not appear in the 1982-83 season and spent some of that time on loan to Torquay United, for whom he appeared 13 times and netted his only league goal. On his release from Home Park, James briefly played for Liskeard before emigrating to Australia where he continued his career in the National Soccer League (NSL), the precursor to the A-League, playing for Sunshine St George, Footscray Just and representing Victoria at State Level.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
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