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Guy Branston Personal information Full name Guy Peter Bromley Branston Date of birth 9 January 1979 (1979-01-09) (age 31) Place of birth Leicester, England Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) Playing position Defender Club information Current club Torquay United Number 23 Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1997–1999 Leicester City 0 (0) 1997 → Rushden & Diamonds (loan) ? (?) 1998 → Colchester United (loan) 12 (1) 1998 → Colchester United (loan) 1 (0) 1998–1999 → Plymouth Argyle (loan) 7 (2) 1999 → Rushden & Diamonds (loan) ? (?) 1999 → Lincoln City (loan) 4 (0) 1999 → Rotherham United (loan) 5 (0) 1999–2004 Rotherham United 99 (13) 2003 → Wycombe Wanderers (loan) 9 (0) 2004 → Peterborough United (loan) 14 (0) 2004–2005 Sheffield Wednesday 11 (0) 2004–2005 → Peterborough United (loan) 4 (1) 2005–2006 Oldham Athletic 45 (2) 2006–2007 Peterborough United 26 (0) 2007 → Rochdale (loan) 4 (0) 2007 → Northampton Town (loan) 3 (0) 2008 Notts County 1 (0) 2008–2009 Kettering Town 39 (0) 2009–2010 Burton Albion 19 (0) 2010 → Torquay United (loan) 16 (0) 2010– Torquay United 12 (0) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 18:29, 19 October 2010 (UTC). † Appearances (Goals). Guy Peter Bromley Branston known to many fans simply as 'Pickler' due to his surname,(born 9 January 1979) is an English football defender who plays for Torquay United, he has enjoyed spells at Kettering Town, Notts County, Peterborough United and Burton Albion. Contents 1 Career 2 Honours 2.1 Promotions 3 References 4 External links // Career Branston established his career at Rotherham United after being bought for £50000 from Leicester City, and enjoyed two successive promotions with the Millers in his first two years with the club, and kept his place in the team during the Championship years. Branston's size, 'eagerness', regular sending offs and bookings led to his nickname becoming 'Psycho Branston'. As well as a fan favourite. Branston joined Peterborough on 24 July 2006, from Oldham Athletic, after wanting to move closers to home.[1] He had impressed for Peterborough in two previous loan spells where he proved to be a leader and as a result was given the captain's armband.[2] After just one season though, he fell out of favour, and was loaned to both Rochdale and Northampton Town,[3] before being released from his contract on 13 December 2007. He signed for Notts County on 1 January 2008, for one month.[4] In February 2008, Branston joined Conference National side Kettering Town on an 18 month deal. He established himself in the starting XI, was assigned the captain's role, and following a string of impressive displays he signed a new, extended deal in December 2008, contracting him to the club until 2010, following interest from other clubs, including Conference rivals Stevenage Borough.[5] Branston signed for Burton Albion on 16 July, 2009. Despite being in talks with Torquay United after a £10,000 fee was agreed for his transfer from Kettering, Burton were able to complete the signing on a free after it was discovered Branston had not been properly registered with The FA.[6] Branston has already been sent off three times in his short Burton Albion career, taking his total career tally to 18 red cards. Whenever Branston gets sent off, Jeff Stelling, the presenter of Soccer Saturday states that Branston has got himself in a pickle, referring to the brand of pickle, Branston Pickle. Branston joined Torquay United on loan at the end of January 2010. he came second in torquay player of the season 2009-10 after only 16 games. Branston was released by Burton Albion on 20th July 2010 and subsequently signed a 1 year deal with Torquay United on 21st July 2010 Honours Promotions 1999–00: Division 3 Runner Up (promotion to Division 2) - Rotherham United 2000–01: Division 2 Runner Up (promotion to Division 1) - Rotherham United 2007–08: Conference North Champion (promotion to Conference Premier) - Kettering References ^ BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Peterborough United | Branston completes return to Posh ^ [1] ^ Guy Branston joins rivals Northampton on loan - Peterborough Today ^ BBC SPORT | Football | My Club | Notts County | Magpies complete Branston signing ^ http://www.northantset.co.uk/sport/Branston-signs-new-deal.4777716.jp ^ Confirmation of Signing from the Official Burton Albion FC Website External links Guy Branston career stats at Soccerbase Profile on Peterborough website Unofficial Guy Branston Profile at The Forgotten Imp v • d • e Torquay United F.C. – current squad 1 Bevan · 2 Rowe-Turner · 3 Nicholson · 4 Ellis · 5 Robertson · 6 Charnock · 7 Mansell · 8 Kee · 9 Benyon · 10 O'Kane · 11 Wroe · 14 Macklin · 15 Carlisle · 16 Potter · 18 Oastler · 19 Stevens · 20 Gritton · 21 Rose · 22 Lathrope · 23 Branston · 24 Yeoman · 25 Palmer · 26 Zebroski · 27 Hemmings · 29 Senda · Manager: Buckle Persondata Name Branston, Guy Alternative names Short description Date of birth 9 January 1979 Place of birth Leicester, England Date of death Place of death