Leonard Johnrose, 29 November 1969, was an English professional footballer who during his career played for several clubs including Burnley, Bury, and Swansea City. He was a defensive midfielder.
Johnrose began his career at Blackburn Rovers as a young trainee, and also spent time on loan at Preston North End.
During these spells, he was impressed to a level where he was signed for £50,000 by Hartlepool United.
He went on to make over fifty appearances for the ‘Pool, scoring eleven goals in the process.
At the end of his contract, he was signed by Bury manager Stan Ternent who wanted to add some toughness to his central midfield.
Johnrose was a central character in Bury’s rapid rise to the First Division.
Stan Ternent saw the midfielder as so important to his sides that he paid £225,000 to take Johnrose with him to his new club, Burnley.
At the end of the 2002–03 season, he was released on a free transfer but re-signed for the club four months on a week-to-week basis.
Later he re-signed for another of his old clubs, Bury. After three months he again moved, this time to Swansea City.
Lenny Johnrose was married to Nadine Robinson, and the couple has been together for quite some time now.
Lenny Johnrose Children: Did Lenny Johnrose have kids?
Lenny Johnrose and his wife, Nadine has three children, Chanel Johnrose, Elizabeth Johnrose, and Patrick Johnrose.