Lee Robert Molyneux (born 24 February 1989) is an English professional footballer who plays for EFL League Two club Morecambe.

Specifically a full back, he began his career with Everton in 2000. Having progressed through the club's youth academy, Molyneux made his debut for the reserve team at the age of 16 and developed a reputation as a set piece specialist. He joined Southampton in 2009, where he made his first team debut and spent time on loan with Port Vale before being released from his contract in the summer of 2010. He then turned out nine times for Plymouth Argyle, before leaving the club in January 2011. After a spell in prison for assault, he returned to the Football League in August 2012 when he signed with Accrington Stanley. After an impressive season with Stanley, he was signed by Crewe Alexandra in July 2013. He joined Rochdale on loan in November 2013, and re-joined Accrington Stanley on loan in January 2014 and October 2014. He signed with Tranmere Rovers in January 2015, and moved on to Morecambe four months later.

He represented England at under-16, under-17 and under-18 levels.

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