Simon Osborn


Simon Osborn, born on January 19, 1972, is an English former football player and manager. He began his career with Crystal Palace and later moved to Reading. Osborn played 395 league and cup games during his 17-year career in the English Football League. He also had stints with clubs like Queens Park Rangers and Walsall.

During his time at Crystal Palace, Osborn played a significant role in helping the club secure the First Division title in the 1993-94 season. He later joined Reading and continued to make valuable contributions to his teams throughout his career.

Osborn's versatility as a midfielder allowed him to adapt to different playing styles and contribute effectively to his teams. His career spanned across various clubs in the Premier League, Championship, and League One, showcasing his skill and dedication to the sport.

After retiring from professional football, Osborn ventured into football management and continued to stay connected to the sport. His contributions to the clubs he played for and his dedication to football are remembered by fans and the football community.

Debut: West Brom (2001-03-25)

Born: 1972-01-19,

Season Starts Goals Assists Headers Free Kicks Penalties Yellow Cards Red Cards
2000 9 (0) 1 0 0 0 0 2 0
TOTAL 9 (0) 1 0 0 0 0 2 0
Season In/Out Fee
Wolverhampton Wanderers Loan
Season Competition Start/Sub Opposition Goals Subbed By/For
2000 League Start West Brom (2001-03-25) 0
2000 League Start Fulham (2001-03-30) 1
2000 League Start Grimsby (2001-04-07) 0
2000 League Start Birmingham (2001-04-10) 0
2000 League Start Norwich (2001-04-14) 0 Micky Mellon
2000 League Start Crystal Palace (2001-04-21) 0
2000 League Start Burnley (2001-04-24) 0
2000 League Start Watford (2001-04-28) 0
2000 League Start Nottm Forest (2001-05-06) 0