Full Name: Bruce Richardson Twamley
Pob: Victoria, British Columbia, CA
Position: Full Back
Club Appearance Record
|Season||Tot Apps||Tot Goals|
Career Appearance Record
|Club||Date Signed||Date Left||Fee|
|Ipswich Town||October 1969||June 1975||Youth Team|
|New York Cosmos||1976||1977||-|
Anonymous Monday 25-03-2013
In April 1975 Bruce Twamley was keen to return to Canada and the Club, rather than stand in his way, granted him a free transfer and honoured his contract until the end of June 1975.
A Ross Monday 07-01-2013
Also played for Minnesota Kicks and Oakland Stompers between playing for Cosmos and Edmonton In 2008 was inducted into the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame
1975 Vancouver Whitecaps Played 18, Goals 2
1976 and 77 New York Cosmos Played 2
1977 and 78 Minnesota Kicks Played 14
1978 Oakland Stompers Played 6
1979 Edmonton Drillers Played 9
Depends what website you look at some say he played 8 times for Canada but most(including the Hall of Fame) say 9.
His first coaching job was with the University of alberta 'Golden Bears'in 1980
Andy Button Wednesday 22-02-2012
b:Victoria British Columbia
Anonymous Thursday 02-10-2008
Initially joined the club as an Amateur
A Ross Sunday 21-01-2007
Bruce has had spells coaching various teams for the Canadian FA including the Olympic team and the national Under 20 team. Now works for the Dutch coaching school Coerver, the head coach for the Coerver scheme in British Columbia in Canada.
Joe Poulton Tuesday 24-12-2002
I played juvenile soccer with Bruce Twamley until he left for Ipswich, in 1969. We are still very close friends. Bruce, at present is with the Canadian Soccer Association; as an assistant coach of the National Team.
Bruce Twamley joined Ipswich Town as an Amateur player in October 1969 - The Transfer Fee + Contract Period Are Both Unknown
He joined Vancouver Whitecaps from Ipswich Town - Some Time During In 1975 - The Transfer Fee + Contract Period Are Both Unknown