Dunfermline Athletic

Lee Bullen

Lee Bullen (born March 29, 1971 in Edinburgh) was a member of the Dunfermline youth squad that won the BP Youth Cup in 1988.  Returned to play for Dunfermline 2000 - 2004 making 130 appearances and scoring 22 goals.

Bullen started his career at Meadowbank Thistle, initially as a striker. He is known as an experienced and versatile footballer, having converted to a defender mid-way through his career and having plied his trade all over the world, from Scotland and Greece to Australia and Hong Kong.

He played for Golden and South China as a striker in Hong Kong Football League in mid-1990s. Once returning home to the United Kingdom, Bullen signed for Dunfermline Athletic and spent five years at the club.

He left for Sheffield Wednesday on a free transfer in the summer of 2004 and in May 2008, Bully returned to the SPL with Falkirk.  He became the Bairns Reserve Team coach and also been played as a striker with Falkirk in 2009-10.

 



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