Dale Jasper is confirmed dead at the age of 56.
Dale was best known as a English footballer .
RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper All 860 of the aways fans honour Dale Jasper, who sadly past away this week. RIP Dale Jasper. [1-1] #CreweAlex
RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper 1223644184508321792,2020-02-01 16:28:02 +0000,_TEB_,RT @CreweAlex_Chron: 'One Dale Jasper' rings out from the #CreweAlex fans
RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper 1223643004759674881,2020-02-01 16:23:21 +0000,JMitchell__,RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper
RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper 1223642759204085760,2020-02-01 16:22:22 +0000,foxleyc,RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper
RT @CreweAlex_Chron: 'One Dale Jasper' rings out from the #CreweAlex fans 1223642693580083200,2020-02-01 16:22:06 +0000,pamela_cafc,RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper
@tommymarlow Crewe fans were singing for Dale Jasper who died this week not Dave Artell... #crewealex
RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper 1223642292231331842,2020-02-01 16:20:31 +0000,jimmysinx,RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper
RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper 1223641971530616837,2020-02-01 16:19:14 +0000,JoeCosbyCrewe,Brilliant to hear cries of “One Dale Jasper!” ring out at the Bescot #CreweAlex 1223641937196060672,2020-02-01 16:19:06 +0000,mowen23,RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper
RT @crewealexfc: 56' | One Dale Jasper 1223641845743439872,2020-02-01 16:18:44 +0000,crewealexfc,56' | One Dale Jasper
'One Dale Jasper' rings out from the #CreweAlex fans 1223635601381036033,2020-02-01 15:53:56 +0000,ipbmod,RT @neal_army: So sad to hear that Dale Jasper passed away last night. A friend to many of the Chelsea old school
Dale Jasper
Personal information
Full nameDale William Jasper[1]
Date of birth(1964-01-14)14 January 1964[1]
Place of birthCroydon, England
Date of death30 January 2020(2020-01-30) (aged 56)
Height6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Playing positionDefender
Youth career
Senior career*
1986–1988[2]Brighton & Hove Albion49(6)
1988–1992[2]Crewe Alexandra111(2)
1992–1993Crawley Town
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
Dale William Jasper (14 January 1964–30 January 2020) was an English former professional footballer who played in the Football League in defence and in midfield for Chelsea, Brighton & Hove Albion and Crewe Alexandra.
Jasper signed professional for Chelsea in January 1982 from Chelsea Juniors. He captained the Chelsea Reserves in The Football Combination. He found it difficult to break into the first team, partly because the two established centre backs were captain Colin Pates and Joe McLaughlin, who were ever-present. He made his first team debut at Cardiff City in March 1984. He played midfield, fullback and centre-half in his first three games for Chelsea.
While a Chelsea player, Jasper interested Stoke City having been recommended by Alan Hudson, the ex-Chelsea star. However, Jasper's father did not want his son leaving London, so no move to Stoke ensued.
Jasper was a versatile defender who moved on a free transfer to Brighton & Hove Albion in 1986. There he played under managers Alan Mullery and Barry Lloyd, and was part of the squad who won promotion from the Division Three in his second season (1987-88).
Jasper joined Crewe Alexandra in 1988 and made over 100 first-team midfield appearances as "a stylish passer and creator" under manager Dario Gradi, helping the team win promotion in his first season. He moved to Crawley Town in 1992.
Brighton & Hove Albion
Football League Third Division runners-up: 1987–88
Crewe Alexandra
Football League Fourth Division third-place promotion winner: 1988–89
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