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Lee Martin Nogan (born 21 May 1969) is a Welsh former professional footballer and manager. He is the elder brother of Kurt Nogan. A forward, he began his career at Oxford United in 1987. He spent four years at the club, and also had loan spells at Brentford and Southend United. He was sold on to Watford for £350,000 in December 1991, where he would remain for another four years. He lost his first-team place after a change of manager in 1993, and again joined Southend United on loan. He was sold to Reading for £250,000 in January 1995, and played in the club's defeat in the 1995 First Division play-off final at Wembley Stadium. He spent time on loan at Notts County, before he joined Grimsby Town for a £170,000 fee in August 1997. He helped the club to win the Football League Trophy in 1998

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  • Lee Martin Nogan (born 21 May 1969) is a Welsh former professional footballer and manager. He is the elder brother of Kurt Nogan. A forward, he began his career at Oxford United in 1987. He spent four years at the club, and also had loan spells at Brentford and Southend United. He was sold on to Watford for £350,000 in December 1991, where he would remain for another four years. He lost his first-team place after a change of manager in 1993, and again joined Southend United on loan. He was sold to Reading for £250,000 in January 1995, and played in the club's defeat in the 1995 First Division play-off final at Wembley Stadium. He spent time on loan at Notts County, before he joined Grimsby Town for a £170,000 fee in August 1997. He helped the club to win the Football League Trophy in 1998
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  • Lee Martin Nogan (born 21 May 1969) is a Welsh former professional footballer and manager. He is the elder brother of Kurt Nogan. A forward, he began his career at Oxford United in 1987. He spent four years at the club, and also had loan spells at Brentford and Southend United. He was sold on to Watford for £350,000 in December 1991, where he would remain for another four years. He lost his first-team place after a change of manager in 1993, and again joined Southend United on loan. He was sold to Reading for £250,000 in January 1995, and played in the club's defeat in the 1995 First Division play-off final at Wembley Stadium. He spent time on loan at Notts County, before he joined Grimsby Town for a £170,000 fee in August 1997. He helped the club to win the Football League Trophy in 1998 and then to win promotion out of the Second Division via the play-offs at the end of the 1997–98 season. He moved on to Luton Town in 2000, before signing with York City in February 2001. He was also instated as assistant manager in May 2003, and left the club two years later. He scored a total of 139 goals in 673 league and cup appearances during a 19-year professional career, and also won two caps for Wales. He was appointed manager at Whitby Town in June 2006, before resigning in October 2007. He remained on at the club as a player and assistant manager, before joining F.C. Halifax Town as an assistant to Neil Aspin. He followed Aspin to Gateshead in November 2015, and then Port Vale in October 2017.
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