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Peter Haddock

Position Centre back
Born 09 Dec 1961, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (England)
Height 180 cm
Weight 72 kg
International Caps none

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Newcastle United 01 Dec 1979 01 Jul 1986 57 0 £45000
Burnley 01 Mar 1986   7 0 on loan
Leeds United 01 Jul 1986 01 Jun 1991 146 1  

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1986 - 1987 10(1)  0(1)  0  0  1 
1987 - 1988 38(2)1 1  3  0  2 
1988 - 1989 8(4)  0(1)  0(1)  0  0(1) 
1989 - 1990 40  1  2  0  4 
1990 - 1991 10(5)  3  4(1)  0  2 
Total 106(12)1 5(2)  9(2)  0  9(1) 

Jabba's Comments

A Geordie centre back/left back who signed for Leeds for a bargain £45,000 in 1986, Peter Haddock suffered a series of injuries that limited his appearances for Leeds when he first joined, but under Howard Wilkinson he became a crucial part of the defensive unit that won promotion in 1989-90 and was Wilko's choice as Player of the Year. No doubt he could have gone on to be an effective squad member for several years beyond that but for a freak injury sustained in the second leg of the League Cup semi-final against Manchester United that ended his career.

Shaun O'Neill says: my friend is his son.

Simon Riddlesden says: I had a fight with his son.

Neil Spofforth says: 'Fish' as he was affectionatly known was my favorite player and a colosus at centre half the season Leeds United won promotion. My 1st live game was the 4 - 2 victory over Swindon Town when Fish got his only goal for the whites.

mark says: I saw Peter Haddock play many a game for Leeds United during the great late 80's he was a solid defender. Not many players got passed him he ALWAYS gave 110%. If he was a player in todays game he'd be worth millions. Thats not Taking the Piss either.

Carl Haddock says: peter haddock is my dad and we now live in newcastle.even though we live in newcastle im a avid leeds surrporter.probably because i was born there and my dad played for them.

Declan Box says: peters son carl is my only friend in school

Simon Riddlesden says: Sorry about the fight,i am still bruised though i want sweet revenge!!!!!!!!!


 
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