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Born: 16 September 1980
Came from: Youth Went to: Weymouth Town
First game: 29 October 1996 Last game: 05 December 2000
Appearances: 61 (23/38) Goals: 1
A product of the Argyle youth set-up, Phillips became Argyle's youngest ever player when he made his debut at just 16 years old. He made 61 appearances during his 5 seasons at Home Park, although most of these were as a substitute, and he never quite lived up to his potential. His only goal for Argyle came during the famous 'Jimmy Glass' game at Carlisle United. After suffering a broken leg he could not get back into the first team and joined Weymouth on loan, a move made permanent two months later. He stayed at Weymouth for four seasons, with a loan spell at Newport County halfway through this period, and had an impressive goalscoring record. In 2005 he was sold to Exeter City and scored 26 goals in just over two seasons there, but despite his good form, fell out of favour and moved to Torquay United. After a year at Plainmoor he joined Rushden and Diamonds before returning to Weymouth on a short-term deal and then moving on to Cambridge United.
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