Steve Holden Player Profile

Debut: Kettering Town (H, 0-0), 18/08/1997

After leaving Rushden & Diamonds on a free at the end of the 1996-7 season, Steve Holden came to us – but failed to make much of an impact. An ex-England semi-pro international, the central defender moved down the ladder after starting his career at Leicester City. In his time with us, he made just 17 appearances; five from the bench. There were some memorable moments, however, like the FA Cup win at Swindon.

 

Steve Holden: Before Boro’

After leaving the Foxes, he moved to Carlisle United. Yet, it’s a loan spell at Kettering Town where the defender arguably made his first significant mark. That came in 1994, making such an impact with the Poppies that he then signed on a permanent deal. In January 1996, however, he moved up the road to the Diamonds; helping them on their way to the Beazer Homes Premier League title.

Steve Holden: After Boro’

After us, Holden’s next port of call was Cambridge City; a club it appears for whom he would see out the next few seasons. There’s a brief stint with Histon in his career mix after Boro’, before moving onto Great Shelford in 2003. After going to – and returning from –Mildenhall Town, he ended up taking the hot seat at Great Shelford.

Monday 18 August 1997

Saturday 27 September 1997

Saturday 18 October 1997

Saturday 25 October 1997

Saturday 01 November 1997

Saturday 08 November 1997

Saturday 15 November 1997

Saturday 22 November 1997

Monday 24 November 1997

Saturday 29 November 1997

Saturday 06 December 1997

Saturday 13 December 1997

Saturday 03 January 1998

Saturday 10 January 1998

Monday 16 March 1998

Saturday 25 April 1998

Monday 27 April 1998