"Rodney Seymour" ""Rod"" "Wallace" is an English professional association football/footballer and reserve team coach of Combined Counties Football League side Epsom & Ewell F.C./Epsom & Ewell. As a player he was a striker (association football)/striker from 1987 to 2004.

Wallace was born in Lewisham but started his football career at Southampton F.C./Southampton in 1987 playing 128 league games scoring 45 goals. This form earned him a transfer to Leeds United F.C./Leeds United where he won the First Division championship. After spending seven years at Leeds, Dick Advocaat signed him on a Bosman ruling transfer for Rangers F.C./Rangers where he scored 41 league goals and was part of the squad that won five out of six trophies in their first two seasons. After leaving Rangers in 2001 he signed for Bolton Wanderers F.C./Bolton Wanderers on a free transfer for a season and then Gillingham F.C./Gillingham before retiring from professional football.

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The last three Engle hit was a big shot. We shot the ball pretty well tonight.

Hodson played very well down the stretch and had 11 rebounds to go with his 12 points. He and Robinson gave us a lot tonight. Robinson did a great job around the glass and they turned nine House assists into points.

I told them in the huddle during our timeout that it was time for the seniors to step up. Eli said give me the ball.