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Steve Hodge

Position Midfielder
Born 25 Oct 1962, Nottingham (England)
Height 170 cm
Weight 62 kg
International Caps England: 24 full

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Nottingham Forest 01 Oct 1980 01 Aug 1985 123 30 £450000
Aston Villa 01 Aug 1985 01 Dec 1986 53 12 £650000
Tottenham Hotspur 01 Dec 1986 01 Aug 1988 45 7 £550000
Nottingham Forest 01 Aug 1988 01 Jul 1991 82 20 £900000
Leeds United 01 Jul 1991 01 Oct 1994 66 10 £300000
Derby County 01 Aug 1994   10 2 on loan
Queens Park Rangers 01 Oct 1994 01 Dec 1995 15 0 £0
Watford 01 Dec 1995 01 Jun 1996 2 0  
Leyton Orient 01 Aug 1997 01 Jun 1998 1 0  

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1991 - 1992 12(11)7 1  3(2)  0  0 
1992 - 1993 9(14)2 0  0(1)  0(2)  0 
1993 - 1994 7(1)1 1(1)  1  0  0 
Total 28(26)10 2(1)  4(3)  0(2)  0 

Jabba's Comments

Steve Hodge was a veteran of several top clubs when he joined Leeds, but spent most of his time on the bench as the midfielders he would have replaced kept their fitness and form. An enthusiastic player and with no small talent, he played well when Leeds needed him, but did not add to his 24 caps after arriving at Elland Road. He only scored 10 goals in his time at Leeds - but he gave us all something to remember him by when he found the net against Liverpool at Elland Road to give Leeds the first win against the Reds in 18 years. After leaving Watford Hodge had a spell out in Hong Kong before returning to play for Leyton Orient on a non-contract basis.

In summer 2002 it was reported that he'd started training with non-league side Gresley Rovers, managed by our very own Jon Newsome!

ben leatherland says: i am a forest fan, i saw harry play many times for forest. he always gave his best and you always felt you had a chance with him and pearce in the side. great player hodge

Anon says: he has got maradonas shirt in that ill fated game in mexico city againsed argentina, i want it its worth a fortune, a bit difficult its in a volt! he had a argument with chris waddle who was going to get the shirt steve did, chris must be kicking himself

Lee Burton says: As a young lad, Steve was by far my favourte Player. I'm a Forest fan and saw him play on many occasions, but unfortunetly Never got to meet him! Anyone know what He's upto now?

Errol Tyndale says: I met Steve Hodge a few times when he was at Spurs and was sorry to see him go.He was nice lad off the field we had few dinks and a laugh together.Had a great engine on the park.


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