Fitz Hall is a retired English professional footballer who made a name for himself as a central defender during his playing days. He began his career at non-league level with the clubs Greenwich Borough and Dulwich Hamlet, before moving to the professional game with Oldham Athletic. Over the course of his career, he played for several clubs in the English leagues, including Oldham Athletic, QPR, Crystal Palace, Wigan Athletic, and Watford. In this post, we'll take a look at Hall's career and his statistics.
Hall made his professional debut for Oldham Athletic in 2000. He played for the club for two seasons, making over 50 appearances and scoring several goals. In 2002, he joined the English club, QPR F.C. where he spent four seasons. He made over 100 appearances for the club and established himself as a first-team regular.
In 2006, Hall joined the English club, Crystal Palace F.C. where he spent two seasons. He made over 50 appearances for the club and helped the team achieve promotion to the Premier League. After leaving Crystal Palace, he joined the English club, Wigan Athletic F.C. where he spent four seasons, making over 100 appearances for the club.
After leaving Wigan Athletic, Hall joined Watford F.C. where he spent two seasons before retiring from professional football in 2015.
During his career, Hall made over 400 appearances and scored several goals for the clubs he represented. He was a powerful and dominant defender known for his aerial ability, his strength in the tackle, and his ability to read the game. He was also known for his larger than life personality and his distinctive dreadlocks hairstyle, which earned him the nickname "One Size"
In conclusion, Fitz Hall had a successful career as a professional footballer, representing several clubs in the English leagues. His statistics speak to his longevity and consistency as a player, and he remains a respected figure in the world of football.