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Stevenage Player Alex Revell

Alex Revell


Alex Revell
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Place Of Birth:


Previous Club(s):

Northampton Town
MK Dons
Wigan Athletic (loan)
Cardiff City
Rotherham United
Leyton Orient
Wycombe Wanderers (loan)
Swindon Town (loan)
Southend United
Brighton & Hove Albion
Braintree Town
Kettering Town (loan)
Cambridge United

Apps: 49 (6) - Goals: 13

Debut: Accrington Stanley (A, 2-3), 03/02/2018

An experienced Football League striker if ever there was one, Alex Revell arrived at the Lamex towards the end of the January 2018 transfer window. At the tender age of 34-years-old, it's no shock that Boro' gaffer Darren Sarll swooped to sign the striker on a free transfer from Northampton Town.

Born in Cambridge, Revell unsurprisingly found his hometown club to be the ideal place to start his football career. After graduating from the Us youth set-up, there were a number of first team opportunities during his four years as a senior player there. The striker also spent time on loan at Kettering Town.

He left the Abbey in summer 2004, dropping out of the League and linking up with Braintree Town; then of the Conference South. In helping them gain promotion during the 2005-6 campaign, the League came calling again. Brighton & Hove Albion signed him up and off he went to the Withdean. Here, he scored his first pro hattrick too.

In January 2008, Revell made the move to Essex coast with Southend United. He turned out at Roots Hall for 18 months, playing his last game for the Shrimpers versus Swindon Town in August 2009. Three days later, he was off to the County Ground on loan. And, yet, first team chances soon started to run dry and he returned to Southend after Swindon opted not to make the switch permanent.

More Football League experience was forthcoming, however, with no shortage of suitors. It had been thought he had joined Wycombe on a freebie in January 2010, but Revell had already turned out for two clubs that season. In the end, he moved to the Chairboys on a three-month emergency loan. He was able to sign a contract at Adams Park in May and was offered an extended deal that summer. Revell opted for a move to Leyton Orient instead, however.

After a season at Orient, it was off to Rotherham United and stayed there for four years. It was his longest spell at a club since leaving Cambridge United in 2004. With the Millers, Revell won two promotions; scoring twice in the League One playoff final in 2014 and helping the club into the Championship.

Then came a spell at Cardiff City in January 2015, though he fell out of favour at the Welsh club and ended up at Wigan Athletic on loan in November 2015. MK Dons swooped to sign him on a free in February 2016, before the forward moved on again; this time to Northampton Town in June 2016.

With such a sheer amount of experience to offer, Boro' know they're getting a lad who knows what it takes to succeed in the League. Signing on an 18-month deal, he knew he likely had to wait to replicate his playoff heroics with Sarll's side in the lower mid-table region. The signature was greeted with delight and excitement; fans eager to see what Revell could bring to the Lamex.

Alex Revell data for 2018-9
Select a season:


Saturday 04 August
HFL2Tranmere Rovers2-2  


Saturday 11 August
AFL2Crawley Town3-1   


Tuesday 14 August
ACC1Norwich City1-3  


Saturday 18 August


Tuesday 21 August
AFL2Forest Green Rovers0-0  


Saturday 25 August
AFL2Yeovil Town0-2  


Saturday 01 September
HFL2Cambridge United0-1  


Saturday 08 September
HFL2Macclesfield Town1-0  


Saturday 15 September
AFL2Notts County3-3  


Saturday 22 September
HFL2Grimsby Town1-0  


Saturday 29 September
AFL2Carlisle United1-0  


Tuesday 02 October
AFL2Exeter City0-1  


Saturday 06 October
HFL2Colchester United3-1  


Saturday 13 October
AFL2Newport County1-2  


Saturday 20 October
HFL2Crewe Alexandra0-1  


Tuesday 23 October
HFL2Port Vale0-0  


Saturday 27 October
AFL2Cheltenham Town2-0  


Saturday 03 November
HFL2Oldham Athletic3-2  


Tuesday 06 November
ACTAFC Wimbledon0-4  


Saturday 10 November
AFAC1Plymouth Argyle0-1  


Saturday 17 November


Saturday 24 November
HFL2MK Dons3-2  


Tuesday 27 November
AFL2Swindon Town2-3  


Saturday 08 December
HFL2Lincoln City0-1  


Saturday 15 December
AFL2Northampton Town1-1  


Saturday 22 December
HFL2Mansfield Town1-3  


Wednesday 26 December
AFL2Colchester United2-1  


Saturday 29 December
AFL2Crewe Alexandra0-1  


Tuesday 01 January
HFL2Newport County1-0  


Saturday 05 January
AFL2Cambridge United0-2  


Saturday 12 January
HFL2Crawley Town2-1  


Saturday 26 January
HFL2Forest Green Rovers0-2  


Saturday 02 February
HFL2Yeovil Town1-0  


Saturday 09 February
AFL2Tranmere Rovers0-2  


Saturday 16 February
AFL2Lincoln City2-2  


Saturday 23 February
HFL2Northampton Town1-2  


Saturday 02 March
AFL2Oldham Athletic1-1  


Saturday 09 March


Tuesday 12 March
HFL2Swindon Town2-0  


Saturday 16 March
AFL2MK Dons1-1   


Saturday 23 March
AFL2Macclesfield Town2-2  


Saturday 30 March
HFL2Notts County0-3  


Monday 22 April
HFL2Exeter City1-1