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Sean Rigg Reaches 400 Career Appearances

24 March 2017

Sean Rigg has recently passed an impressive landmark 400th career appearance. To celebrate we thought we'd have a look back over his 11 year career in pictures!

Riggy began his career aged 17 at Bristol Rovers having earned a professional contract in 2006.  He made his league debut on 19 August 2006, coming on as a substitute in the second half against Milton Keynes Dons and went on to make 75 appearances for the club.  He went on several loan spells including twice to Port Vale before finally signing for The Valiants in 2010. 

He joined Port Vale as a striker, but then manager Micky Adams saw Rigg as more of a winger - a role he adapted too comfortably.

In 2012, Rigg signed for the "yellows", Oxford United, where his excellent form around Christmas saw him nominated for League 2 player of the month.  He spent two years at the club making 85 appearances and scoring 9 goals.

In 2012, he joined AFC Wimbledon and marked his club debut with a goal in 2-2 draw with Shrewsbury Town.  He went on to score 10 goals in 55 league appearances that season.  The season after, he helped "Dons" achieve promotion to League 1.

In June last year, Sean Rigg joined The Exiles.  He's made 32 appearances this season and scored 3 goals including a stunner against Luton Town FC on the match that marked his 400th career appearance.

Here's to the next 400!

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