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Born: 15 Oct 1987
Where: Welwyn Garden City
Joined Wycombe: January 2011
- From Dagenham & Redbridge - Free.
Contracted until June 2015.
Wycombe Debut: Wycombe 1 Torquay 2 - 23 Nov 2010 - League 2
First goal: Wycombe 4 Burton 1 - 22 Feb 2011 - League 2
Final game: Shrewsbury 0 Wycombe 0 - 28 Dec 2014 - League Two
Left Wycombe: 7 January 2015 for Ebbsfleet United - Free
Career summary at Wycombe.
168 appearances - 7 goals
In January 2008 Lewis returned to the Football League when former Stevenage boss Mark Stimson signed him for Gillingham where he would go on to make 60 appearances. In June 2010 he was signed by Football League newcomers Dagenham & Redbridge on a three year deal but he fell out of favour with Daggers boss John Still and was signed by Gary Waddock at Wycombe on an initial one month loan deal on 22 November 2010. This was extended for a further month on 21 December 2010. Wanderers then had the option of asking for a further month loan to the maximum 93 day period but in January 2011 he eventually agreed an 18 month contract following his release by 'mutual consent' from Dagenham.
Quickly became a regular in the Wanderers First Team under Gary Waddock and then under new boss Gareth Ainsworth from September 2012, progressing to being made Captain of the side during the relegation escape season of 2013/14. However, opportunities during the following season became limited and on 7th January 2015 it was revealed he had joined Conference South side Ebbsfleet United on a free transfer. Commenting on the move, Ainsworth said: "Stu has been a superb servant to this club over the past four years, and we fully respect his wishes to be playing regular first-team football at this stage of his career. He was my captain last season and has been an important member of the squad on and off the pitch throughout his time here. When the opportunity arose to move to Ebbsfleet, Stu wished to pursue it and after careful consideration, we felt it was best for all parties and wish him every success with his new club.Ē
Meanwhile, Lewis added: "Iíve been at Wycombe for four years but itís a fresh challenge for me and when I heard of the ownerís plans here and talked to the manager, I just jumped at the chance to be part of something thatís moving forward in the way this is. Iíve had a great time at Wycombe, Iíve captained them, shared some great experiences with the fans and people there and itís a really good club. But I needed a fresh start.Ē
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