Karl Fletcher was a character in the Sky1 drama Dream Team played by Terry Kiely. He is the only character to have appeared in every series of the show (and its subsequent spin-off, Dream Team 80's) until the death of the character in the 2004–05 series, at which point he has appeared in a flashback, and most recently, a ghost.
Fletcher has the honour of being the most popular character in the show's history winning every fan poll to decide the most popular character at the end of each season minus season 8 (not counting seasons in which he made limited appearances and was not eligible to receive votes), and in the show's last season, was voted as the most popular character in the show's 10 year run.
He started at Harchester United as a schoolboy, then played in the reserves . He broke into the first team after the club's first season in the Premier League.
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... Football Season) 7, 48–62 (16 episodes) Fletcher left Harchester to join Real Mallorca between seasons 2 3. 1–2, 19–20 (4 episodes) In the second episode of season 7, Fletcher was sold to a club in Saudi Arabia ... buy Harchester Season 8 (2004–05 Football Season) 10–32 (23 episodes) Fletcher re-signed for Harchester in the tenth episode of season 8 ...
Famous quotes containing the words fletcher and/or karl:
“Hear, ye ladies that despise,
What the mighty Love has done;
Fear examples, and be wise:”
—John Fletcher (15791625)
“There are certain books in the world which every searcher for truth must know: the Bible, the Critique of Pure Reason, the Origin of Species, and Karl Marxs Capital.”
—W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt)