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Carl Regan
Full nameCarl Anthony Regan
NationalityEng England
Rovers apps (goals)a56 (0)
PositionDefender
Date of birth9 September 1980 (Age 36)
in Liverpool
Height6 ft
Joined
1 July 2009 from Milton Keynes Dons
Left
30 June 2011 to join Shrewsbury Town
Senior clubs
Everton
Barnsley
Hull City
Chester City
Droylsden
Chester City
Macclesfield Town
Milton Keynes Dons
Bristol Rovers
Notts County
Shrewsbury Town
Notts County
Bury
a League appearances and goals only
Last updated by Gasheadsteve on 20/05/2013

Carl Regan is a defender who signed for Rovers in July 2009 on a two-year contract, after having rejected Milton Keynes Dons offer of a new deal to remain with them.

He was a regular in the Rovers first team under manager Paul Trollope, but when Trollope was replaced by Dave Penney in January 2011 Regan found himself frozen out of the action–Penney initially preferring to play central defender Byron Anthony out of position at right-back to having Regan in his natural spot, before signing Danny Senda as a more direct replacement. This led to Carl joining Notts County on loan in February 2011, and eventually being released at the end of the 2010–11 season.

CareerEdit

Regan's career started at his local club Everton as a trainee but he never made an appearance for the club before being sold to Barnsley for £20,000 in the summer of 2000. His début with the Yorkshire club was to last just 18 minutes as he was sent off for a two-footed challenge on Daryl Sutch. He remained at Oakwell until November 2002 when he joined Hull City following a successful loan spell. Despite being a regular in his first season with Hull, he failed to make a single league appearance for the club in his second. He joined Chester City on a month's loan late in 2003 before returning to Hull.

Chester eventually signed Regan permanently towards the end of the 2004-05 season. He was a regular during the following season before signing for Macclesfield Town at the end of 2005–06. It was at Macclesfield where he scored his first ever league goal, in the 3-2 defeat to Boston United. He joined former manager Paul Ince at MK Dons in January 2008 where he remained for the following season, before joining Rovers a year later. Following his release by the Pirates in 2011 he signed a one-year deal with Shrewsbury Town but was again released at the end of this deal.

During the January 2013 transfer window he signed for Bury until the end of the 2012–13 season, having been released by Notts County, who had offered him a deal the previous summer.

Career statsEdit

SeasonClubLeague
AppsGoals
2000–01Barnsley 270
2001–02Barnsley 100
2002–03Barnsley 00
2002–03Hull City (loan)140
2002–03Hull City 240
2003–04Hull City 00
2003–04Chester City (loan)40
2004–05Hull City 00
2004–05Chester City 60
2005–06Chester City 410
2006–07Macclesfield Town 381
2007–08Macclesfield Town 200
2007–08Milton Keynes Dons 91
2008–09Milton Keynes Dons 290
2009–10Bristol Rovers 350
2010–11Bristol Rovers 210
2010–11Notts County (loan)40
2011–12Shrewsbury Town 130
2012–13Notts County 110
2012–13Bury 100


Record against RoversEdit

Regan has played against Rovers seven times in his career. Rovers have won two of those, drawn two and lost three.

DateClubVenueResultNotes
4 January 2003Hull CityKC Stadium1–0 to Hull
16 April 2005Chester CitySaunders Honda Stadium2–2Replaced Darren Edmonson after 36 mins.
21 January 2006Chester CityMemorial Stadium2-1 to Rovers
21 October 2006Macclesfield TownMemorial Stadium0-0
24 April 2007Macclesfield TownMoss Rose1-0 to Rovers
13 April 2009Milton Keynes Donsstadium:mk2–1 to MK Dons
14 February 2012Shrewsbury TownNew Meadow1–0 to ShrewsburyMark Wright & Joe Jacobson in Shrews side

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