All-action midfielder Curtis Weston joined Barnet Football Club on a free transfer in 2012 and has made more than 180 appearances since.
An experienced and model professional who is closing in on 400 career appearances, Curtis has his own slice of FA Cup history to his name after becoming the youngest player to feature in the FA Cup Final when he came on as substitute for Millwall against Manchester United in 2003.
That was one of just six appearances for the Lions and, in 2006, Curtis joined Swindon Town in search of first-team football.
He was brought to the County Ground by his former Millwall boss Dennis Wise and the ex-Chelsea and England enforcer again signed Curtis in 2007 when he was boss at Leeds United.
First-team action at Elland Road was not so easy to come by, however, and Curtis moved out on loan to Championship outfit Scunthorpe United before ending his solitary year in Yorkshire with a switch to Gillingham.
Curtis was a regular for the Gills, making 166 appearances in all competitions and bagging 18 goals from midfield and winning the League Two Play-Off Final with the Kent outfit in 2009.
A brief overlap with Martin Allen at Priestfield preceded Curtis' switch to Barnet, linking up with the Bees in August 2012. He was a pivotal part of the Barnet side which won the Vanarama Conference in 2015, scoring nine times from midfield and captaining the side on a number of occasions.
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