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David Kerslake

Position Right back
Born 19 Jun 1966, London (England)
Height 172 cm
Weight 71 kg
International Caps England: 1 U21, ? Youth

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Queens Park Rangers 01 Jun 1983 01 Nov 1989 58 6 £110000
Swindon Town 01 Nov 1989 09 Mar 1993 135 1 £500000
Leeds United 09 Mar 1993 01 Sep 1993 8 0 £450000
Tottenham Hotspur 01 Sep 1993 01 Aug 1997 37 0 £0
Swindon Town 01 Nov 1996   8 0 on loan
Ipswich Town 01 Aug 1997 01 Mar 1998 9 0 £0
Wycombe Wanderers 01 Dec 1997   10 0 on loan
Swindon Town 01 Mar 1998 01 Jun 1999 24 0  

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1992 - 1993 8  0  0  0  0 
Total 8  0  0  0  0 

Jabba's Comments

David Kerslake was bought in as a promising right-back from Swindon, but the emergence of Gary Kelly meant that he was going to be hard-pressed to get a regular game and so he was released to Spurs after a year.

He spent 5 years working with the youth team at Spurs before joining Colin Calderwood at Northampton Town as reserve team coach.

Brian Durrant from The Sick Parrot says: David Kerslake arrived at Ipswich on a free transfer and I think we paid too much for him. Watching Ipswich, you get to see a few bad performances over the years, but his game against Charlton (league away) in the 97/98 season was the worst I have ever seen. I honestly believe my granny could have played better and she's been dead for years.

Debbie Kerslake says: David Kerslake is my husband's cousin. My husband's dad's brother,Leslie is David's dad. The last time we saw David was at a wedding. The last thing we heard about him was that he was playing football for Swindon!!!

ronaldo says: david kerslake was the greatest footballer of all time

Jack Roberts says: I went to school with his son at St John Fisher Primary School in Loughton



 

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