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Webster is Football League's longest-serving player

League Two has in its ranks the longest serving one-club player in the Football League.

Aaron Webster has played for Burton Albion for 13 years and three months. Next best in League Two is Andrew Proctor, an Accrington player for the last nine years and eight months.

Webster beats the best the Championship and League One can offer, with Brentford's Kevin O'Connor the next best in the Football League having served his club a year less than Webster. 

Championship – longest serving players

Alan Dunne, Millwall – 11 years, 3 months

Lloyd Doyley, Watford – 10 years, 3 months

Adam El-Abd, Brighton – 9 years, 3 months

League One

Kevin O’Connor, Brentford – 12 years, 3 months

Nick Montgomery, Sheffield United – 11 years, 3 months

Kemal Izzet, Colchester – 10 years, 7 months

League Two

Aaron Webster, Burton – 13 years, 3 months

Andrew Proctor, Accrington – 9 years, 8 months

David Bird, Cheltenham – 9 years, 3 months

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