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Woodhouse, now 40, signed for Posh in October 2003 thanks to a free transfer from Birmingham City
He played 72 times and scored 11 goals before leaving London Road to join Hull City for a transfer fee of £ 25,000 in May 2005 Woodhouse was a key player in Posh’s successful battle against relegation from the third tier in the 2003-04 campaign
He made his Football League debut for Sheffield United in 1997 at the age of 17 before joining Birmingham on a £ 1million transfer He played for Birmingham in the Premier League
After Posh Woodhouse played for Grimsby, Rushden and Mansfield and made just under 400 senior appearances in total
After retiring from professional football, Woodhouse turned to boxing and won a Commonwealth and British title He now runs a boxing academy in Driffield, while also managing part-time employees of Gainsborough Trinity FC
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