Titus Malachi Bramble is an English football player who currently features for the English Premier League club Wigan Athletic. He plays as a defender.
Titus Bramble developed at the youth academy of English club Ipswich Town and made his debut for the Tractors in 1998 and played for them for four seasons as a centre back. He played his first match for Ipswich against Sheffield United in the 1998-1999 seasons and featured in a total of 48 league matches for Ipswich, his promise stroking optimism that he might as well play for the England national team one day.
In July 2002 Newcastle United signed Titus Bramble from Ipswich for 5 million pounds and although he remained a first choice regular for most of his Newcastle career but had to frequently take in stick because of his drop in form, drop in concentration and lapses. So much so that he was actually wanted out of the club by most Newcastle supporters and was dubbed as the worst player of the 2003-2004 Premiership campaign by readers of the football e-mail newsletter The Fiver.
Bramble scored three goals in 105 Premier League matches for the Geordies between 2002 and 2007. In the summer of 2007 he was signed by Wigan Athletic after Sam Allardyce was appointed the Geordie manager on a free transfer on a three-year deal. Although he was more or less a regular for the Lactics in the 2007-2008 season, there were a few errors on his part.