Michael Thomas Stockwell also known as Micky Stockwell (born 14 February 1965 in Chelmsford) is an English former professional footballer, and manager who played as a Midfielder from 1985 until 2007. He spent fifteen years of his career at Ipswich Town, notching up 506 league appearances for the club and taking part in several Premier League seasons. He moved on to Colchester United in 2000, where he ended his professional career three years later. He then spent time as player-coach of Non-league side Heybridge Swifts before becoming player-manager of Woodbridge Town.

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  • Michael Thomas Stockwell also known as Micky Stockwell (born 14 February 1965 in Chelmsford) is an English former professional footballer, and manager who played as a Midfielder from 1985 until 2007. He spent fifteen years of his career at Ipswich Town, notching up 506 league appearances for the club and taking part in several Premier League seasons. He moved on to Colchester United in 2000, where he ended his professional career three years later. He then spent time as player-coach of Non-league side Heybridge Swifts before becoming player-manager of Woodbridge Town. (en)
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  • Michael Thomas Stockwell also known as Micky Stockwell (born 14 February 1965 in Chelmsford) is an English former professional footballer, and manager who played as a Midfielder from 1985 until 2007. He spent fifteen years of his career at Ipswich Town, notching up 506 league appearances for the club and taking part in several Premier League seasons. He moved on to Colchester United in 2000, where he ended his professional career three years later. He then spent time as player-coach of Non-league side Heybridge Swifts before becoming player-manager of Woodbridge Town. (en)
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