Michael Richens Player Profile

Debut: Bury (A, 1-2), 16/09/2014

Last Updated: 17 December 2019

Michael Richens was one half of a pair of Peterborough United players brought in on loan by manager Graham Westley in September 2014. A right-sided defender by trade, the lad can also play in a more advanced midfield role. The player’s arrival at Stevenage was the first chance (aside from Posh) to show his qualities at League level. After all, he’d done it in non-league already; successful spells at Nuneaton Town and Bishop’s Stortford doing that job.


Michael Richens: After Boro’

Despite leaving Boro’ at the end of his loan deal and turning up at Farnborough, a twist of fate saw him become a bone fide Boro’ lad in January 2015. But his time at Farnborough did continue, before he Boro’ ultimately released him a few months later. He since turned out for Hemel Hempstead Town, Bishop’s Stortford (again) and Biggleswade Town, as well as Kettering Town.


Tuesday 16 September 2014

Saturday 20 September 2014



Previous Clubs:

Farnborough (loan)
Stevenage (loan)
Bishop's Stortford (loan)
Nuneaton Town (loan)
Peterborough United

Later Clubs:

Hemel Hempstead Town (2015)
Kettering Town (loan) (2015)
Bishop's Stortford (2015)
Biggleswade Town (2017)
Kettering Town (2017)
Nuneaton Borough (loan) (2019)