Date of birth
Joe Walsh continued to impress at the heart of the MK Dons defence in 2016/17, breaking into the Wales national team as a result of his good form.
The centre-back began his career with Swansea as a 15-year-old and was handed his first professional deal prior to the 2010/11 season. He made two appearances for the Swans before joining Crawley Town in August 2012.
Walsh, who scored on his Reds debut, featured 78 times in his first two seasons with Crawley, winning the top prize at the club’s end of season awards in 2014. His good form continued the following campaign and that led to his move to Stadium MK.
Initially joining the Dons on loan, Walsh made his transfer permanent at the start of the 2015/16 campaign and quickly established himself as a regular in the starting XI.
Should he avoid injury, Walsh looks set to pass the 100-appearance mark for the Club in 2017/18 – a campaign he’ll also be hoping sees him make his international debut for Wales.