Kyle McFadzean Centre back 2014-16 2015


Born in Sheffield on 20 February 1987, Kyle began his
career as member of the Sheffield United Academy before
moving to Alfreton Town and then Crawley Town in 2010.

He was named in the Conference Team of the Year in
2011 and then the PFA League 2 Team of the Year in his
first two seasons with the Red Devils as he helped Crawley achieve back-to-back promotions.

Becoming one of Crawley’s longest-serving players
during his time in Sussex, Kyle featured 46 times in the 2013-14 season, missing just four League fixtures
including the Dons’ 2-0 victory on Boxing Day.

He joined the Dons on 14 June 2014. After scoring
against Gillingham on his first game for the Dons and against AFC Wimbledon in his second, he went on to feature 49 times during the promotion-winning campaign of 2014/15.  

However following the Dons’ relegation back to League One, he put in a transfer request and failed to attend pre-season training with the club. On 12 July 2016, he signed a three-year contract with newly promoted Championship club Burton Albion for an undisclosed
club record fee.