Simone Ashley Net Worth

Simone Ashley was born, is Actress. Simone Ashley is an actress, known for Kill Ben Lyk (2018), Strike (2017) and Lie of You (2018).
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1983 England Youth3(0)
Full name Simon Ashley Mills
Date of birth (1964-08-16) 16 August 1964 (age 53)
Place of birth Sheffield, England
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Playing position Right-back / Midfielder
Years TeamApps(Gls)
1982–1985 Sheffield Wednesday5(0)
1985–1987 York City99(4)
1987–1994 Port Vale184(8)
Total 288+(12+)

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Born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, Mills started his career with Sheffield Wednesday in 1982. He failed to earn a first team spot at Hillsborough, particularly following the "Owls" ascent to the First Division in 1983–84 under Howard Wilkinson's stewardship. He moved on to York City in June 1985. Denis Smith's "Minstermen" finished 7th in the Third Division in 1985–86, and Mills was voted Clubman of the Year. However a decline at Bootham Crescent saw the club slip to 20th in 1986–87, and Smith was replaced by Bobby Saxton. Mills was snapped up by John Rudge's Port Vale for £35,000 in December 1987. York went on to finish in the relegation places in 1987–88.


Rudge converted Mills from a midfielder to a right-back. He made 19 Third Division appearances in 1987–88, scoring five goals. He played 55 games in 1988–89, playing in partnership first with fellow centre-backs Phil Sproson and Bob Hazell (who both struggled with injuries) and later Gary West and Dean Glover (who were signed mid-season), alongside full-backs Alan Webb and Darren Hughes, in front of goalkeeper Mark Grew. This proved to be the most successful defence in the division, conceding just 48 goals in 46 league games. However a third-place finish meant that they had to overcome Bristol Rovers 2–1 over two legs in the play-off final, with Robbie Earle hitting both goals. Mills missed just one Second Division game in 1989–90, forming a formidable defensive partnership with Glover. He played 45 games in 1990–91, as Vale retained their second tier status. He played 40 games in the 1991–92 relegation season, scoring twice, and helped the club to win the TNT Tournament in the summer. However, in autumn 1992 he developed knee trouble and underwent a series of unsuccessful operations, limiting him to just three league appearances in 1992–93. He was given a free transfer in May 1994. After retiring as a professional, he later attempted a comeback with Northern Premier League Premier Division sides Boston United and Matlock Town.