|Full name||Julian Mark Alsop|
|Date of birth||28 May 1973|
|Place of birth||Nuneaton, England|
|Height||6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)|
|1995–1996||Racing Club Warwick|
|1998||→ Swansea City (loan)||5||(2)|
|2004–2005||Forest Green Rovers||3||(1)|
|2005–2006||→ Forest Green Rovers (loan)||9||(2)|
|2006||Forest Green Rovers||14||(3)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He signed for Cheltenham Town from Swansea and was less than prolific in his first season, but his second year with the club proved to be a revelation. His partnership with Tony Naylor led to Alsop scoring 26 goals, including the second goal as Cheltenham beat Rushden and Diamonds 3–1 in the Division Three play-off final. His third and final season with the club was beset by injuries and he left Cheltenham for Oxford United at the end of 2002–03 season.
He signed for Conference South team Newport County in July 2006 after being released from his contract at Forest Green. During his time at Newport they twice narrowly missed out on the promotion play-offs and twice appeared in the FAW Premier Cup final, winning the 2008 final. Alsop was released by Newport at the end of the 2007–08 season.
On 20 July 2009, Alsop signed a non-contract, month-by month agreement with Cheltenham Town, after playing in the first three pre-season friendlies for the club.
We went shopping for a big strong centre-forward at the start of the season, but couldn't afford the players we wanted. If you go shopping at Sainsbury's and ask for a fillet steak but can't afford it, you have to find something else and we've ended up with a gristly old fatty lump of lard up front – but it tasted good.
He was released by the club along with seven other players in May 2010. In July 2010, he returned to Bishop's Cleeve. Alsop announced that he was set to retire from football on 25 April 2011. He had made 34 league appearances during his second spell at Bishop's Cleeve, scoring eight goals.
In January 2012 he came out of retirement to play for Welsh club Carmarthen Town. He made his début for Carmarthen Town as a second-half substitute in a 2–1 win over Aberystwyth Town on 2 January, and remained with the club until December 2012, making twelve league appearances in total.
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