Titus Bramble is an English defender. In 1998 he graduated from the academy of Ipswich Town and became a professional player of the club. After penning a contract, he joined the main team and spent a year there before being sent on loan. He sealed a season-long loan deal with Colchester United, where he did not manage to reveal his decent skills as the head coach let the defender on the field only two times. After returning to his parent club, Titus made 48 appearances and netted one goal during two years. In 2002 his talent attracted the attention of Newcastle United, which lodged a tempting bid for him and offered him a lucrative contract. The parties agreed a deal in the summer the same year and the defender started his performance for ‘The Magpies’ right from the 2002/2003 season. Titus was given an opportunity to feature in 105 matches for the club during five years, which kept his imperious form and developed his best qualities. In 2007 he ended his Newcastle United spell with Wigan move and put pen to paper of a three-year contract. The head coach of the club gave him an opportunity to come on the field in the starting line-up, which helped him to become even more solid and confident player. He made 96 appearances and fired five goals for Wigan during three years. In the summer 2010, Bramble finalized a move to Sunderland, where he made 51 appearances during three years. At the end of 2012/2013 season he was released by the club. From 2000 till 2002, he was capped ten times and contributed one goal for the England national U-21 squad.
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