DAVID GEDDIS



Dob: 12-03-1958

Pob: Carlisle, Cumbria, GB

Position: Striker

Era: Professional

Club Appearance Record

SeasonTot AppsTot Goals
1974-75 0 0
1975-76 0 0
1976-77 0(2) 0
1977-78 22(11) 4
1978-79 8(14) 2
1979-80 0 0
TOTALS 30(27) 6

Career Appearance Record

ClubDate SignedDate LeftFee
Ipswich Town July 1974 September 1979 Youth Team
Luton Town February 1977 May 1977 On Loan
Aston Villa September 1979 September 1983 £300,000
Luton Town December 1982 - On Loan
Barnsley September 1983 December 1984 -
Birmingham City December 1984 February 1987 £80,000
Brentford November 1986 December 1986 On Loan
Shrewsbury Town February 1987 October 1988 -
Swindon Town October 1988 March 1990 -
Darlington March 1990 June 1991 -

(3) Comments

  • Since he left Leeds he has worked for the FA as a coach and now an international scout- looking at future players for the Under 21 team

  • Geddis has been appointed reserve team manager at Leeds United.

  • I didn`t fix his plumbing but I saw him play a million times because I remember going out with him a few times back in the 70`s.....and I`ll always remember what a wonderful guy he was.....and I wonder if he has aged as much as I have in the intervening years! I feel sure that he would have been more of a name in his sport if circumstances had been different... Bring on the Zimmers..... PS...don`t think all the dates on your site are quite right...sure he was still in Ipswich after the accident...

Contract Info

  • David Geddis joined Ipswich Town in July 1974 as an Apprentice.

    He signed a Professional Contract with Ipswich Town in August 1975 - The Professional Contract Period Is Unknown.

    He joined Luton Town from Ipswich Town in February 1977 - On A Loan ( Until The End Of The 1976 / 77 Season ).

    He joined Aston Villa from Ipswich Town in September 1979 - For A Fee Of £300,000 + The Contract, Period Is Unknown.

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