A Note About Thurrock FC Player: Les Thompson

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Les Thompson was born on October 3, 1988. He belongs to Newham, London. For the Thurrock FC, he remains as a winger. He signed as a trainee for Bolton Wanderers at the start of his career. Before signing, he was at Arsenal and played for Newham Warriors for the junior side. In the year 2007, he turned out to be a professional football player. In the same year, he worked with Stockport County.

Apart from this, he played in Football League Trophy. He won a match at Macclesfield Town. In January 2008, he joined the Conference National side along with Mark Ellis, who was his Bolton team mate. He went as a substitute player for Elliot Benyon and won a match with the results of 2-1 on January 12. Within a week, he again went as a substitute to Salisbury City.

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During the 2007 to 2008 season, the Bolton released him. In July 2008, Gillingham has a trial with Les Thompson. In the following month, he played along with Yeovil Town Football Club on a trial basis. He watched victory defeating Salisbury City. On September 1, 2009, Thompson signed and joined the Conference South Club.

In the year 2010, Thompson left Thurrock FC. He played with Concord Rangers for one year and then again resigned with Thurrock in the year 2015. Before joining the Thurrock FC, he also played for Maidenhead United. He actually signed the deal on November 1, 2013, and re-entered the Thurrock FC team. Between 2002 and 2005, he was under Arsenal team and between 2005 and 2007 he was playing under Bolton Wandered Football Club.

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