Name: Paul Huntington
Position: Central Defender
Date of Birth: 17 September 1987
Place of Birth: Carlisle
Paul Huntingdon is a former Newcastle United trainee, who made 16 league appearances for them during the 2006-07 season in the Premier League, before being transferred to Leeds for an undisclosed fee. Prior to that he had scored his debut Premier League goal against Tottenham Hotspur in January 2007.
Huntingdon was initially a significant success at Elland Road, even taking over the captain's armband during a friendly game in the 2008-09 season. However, that season turned out to be his worst - ruled out for the whole campaign after playing in their first seven matches and having to undergo hernia and groin operations. By the time he returned, Leeds had changed their first team management and he was a forgotten man, with Huntingdon never playing for them in the league again.
A loan spell with Stockport County during the 2009-10 season initially saw him recalled to Elland Road two months into his stay at Edgeley Park. But a month later, his contract with Leeds was paid up and he joined Stockport permanently, playing 26 matches for them across the two spells.
The 6'3" central defender was released by League Two side Stockport County at the end of the 2009-10 season, and after a short trial with the Glovers, he penned a two year contract on July 16th 2010.
Total Appearances: 85
Total Goals: 6
Debut Appearance: 7 August 2010
Debut Goal: 11 September 2010