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Joshua "Josh" Walker (born 21 February 1989) is a former English footballer who played as a midfielder. Walker started his career at Middlesbrough, progressing through the club's youth academy and was part of the club's FA Youth Cup winning team in 2004. He subsequently made his first-team debut for Middlesbrough in 2006, and made a handful of appearances during his four-year professional tenure at the club. During his time at Middlesbrough, Walker was loaned out on four separate occasions, playing for Football League clubs in the form of Bournemouth, Northampton Town, and Rotherham United respectively, as well as Scottish Premier League club Aberdeen.

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  • Joshua "Josh" Walker (born 21 February 1989) is a former English footballer who played as a midfielder. Walker started his career at Middlesbrough, progressing through the club's youth academy and was part of the club's FA Youth Cup winning team in 2004. He subsequently made his first-team debut for Middlesbrough in 2006, and made a handful of appearances during his four-year professional tenure at the club. During his time at Middlesbrough, Walker was loaned out on four separate occasions, playing for Football League clubs in the form of Bournemouth, Northampton Town, and Rotherham United respectively, as well as Scottish Premier League club Aberdeen.
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  • Joshua "Josh" Walker (born 21 February 1989) is a former English footballer who played as a midfielder. Walker started his career at Middlesbrough, progressing through the club's youth academy and was part of the club's FA Youth Cup winning team in 2004. He subsequently made his first-team debut for Middlesbrough in 2006, and made a handful of appearances during his four-year professional tenure at the club. During his time at Middlesbrough, Walker was loaned out on four separate occasions, playing for Football League clubs in the form of Bournemouth, Northampton Town, and Rotherham United respectively, as well as Scottish Premier League club Aberdeen. Walker joined Championship side Watford on a free transfer in August 2010. He made four appearances for Watford, before joining Stevenage on loan in November 2010. He was subsequently loaned out to Northampton Town in January 2011, Stevenage in August 2011 and Scunthorpe United in January 2012. In April 2012, Walker agreed a permanent move to Scunthorpe United and signed for the team on 1 July. After playing for non-league Gateshead between 2013 and 2014, he joined Indian club Bengaluru FC as the club's marquee signing. Walker has represented England in various youth levels and has also captained the team at 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
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