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TV Star Returns to Bitton
TV Star Returns to Bitton
Toolstation Western League Premier Division club Bitton AFC have re-signed experienced forward Tristan Plummer.
Tuesday 30 July 19 I 08:38:28 I Photo by

The 29-year-old, also known for his role on the sofa with his two brothers on `Gogglebox`, was with Bitton at the start of last season before stepping up to the Southern Premier with Frome Town.

 

A former England under-16, 17 and under-18 international, Plummer came through the ranks at Bristol City and turned professional in 2007.

 

He went on loan to Luton Town, Torquay United, Hereford United and Gillingham.

 

Following his release from the Robins, he played for Portimonense in Portugal before returning to England and Hereford United.

 

He helped The Bulls – now Hereford FC - win promotion to Southern League Premier Division during his time at Edgar Street before heading to Weston-super-Mare for his fourth spell last year, where he scored the injury-time winner in the Somerset Premier Cup final.

 

Bitton have also signed Pummer`s former Frome team-mate Kris Miller.

 

The defender spent six seasons in his second spell with Frome.

 

In between, he has been with Cinderford Town, Paulton Rovers and Bridgwater Town.

 

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TV Star Returns to Bitton
TV Star Returns to Bitton
Tuesday 30 July 19 I 08:38:28
Photo by

The 29-year-old, also known for his role on the sofa with his two brothers on `Gogglebox`, was with Bitton at the start of last season before stepping up to the Southern Premier with Frome Town.

 

A former England under-16, 17 and under-18 international, Plummer came through the ranks at Bristol City and turned professional in 2007.

 

He went on loan to Luton Town, Torquay United, Hereford United and Gillingham.

 

Following his release from the Robins, he played for Portimonense in Portugal before returning to England and Hereford United.

 

He helped The Bulls – now Hereford FC - win promotion to Southern League Premier Division during his time at Edgar Street before heading to Weston-super-Mare for his fourth spell last year, where he scored the injury-time winner in the Somerset Premier Cup final.

 

Bitton have also signed Pummer`s former Frome team-mate Kris Miller.

 

The defender spent six seasons in his second spell with Frome.

 

In between, he has been with Cinderford Town, Paulton Rovers and Bridgwater Town.

 

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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