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James Dunne is a central midfielder currently playing for Swindon Town in League Two. A product of the Wimbledon and later Arsenal academies, Dunne’s full senior career began with Exeter City, a club where he excelled for three seasons, making over one hundred appearances. Dunne soon added to his career with a spell at Stevenage, where he reunited with former boss Gary Smith and won both Player of the Year and Player’s Player of the Year in his debut season. Picking up experience of the Scottish League with St. Johnstone, Dunne was instrumental in the side’s Scottish Cup run, assisting their equaliser in the semi-finals, and playing the full 90 minutes in the final, which St. Johnstone won 2-1. Returning to the English leagues, Dunne had spells at Portsmouth, Dagenham & Redbridge and Cambridge United, at the latter of which he was a firm fan favourite, before joining Swindon at the start of the 2017/18 season. He currently has his sights set on helping his side finish out a strong campaign.

Quick Stats

Complete name: James William Dunne
Date of birth: September 18th, 1989
Place of birth: London, England
Height: 1.80m
Nationality: English
Position: Central Midfield
Foot: Right
Current club: Swindon Town
In the team since: July 1st, 2017
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