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Paul Beesley

Position Centre back
Born 21 Jul 1965, Liverpool (England)
Height 185 cm
Weight 79 kg
International Caps none

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Wigan Athletic 22 Sep 1984 20 Oct 1989 185 3 £175000
Leyton Orient 20 Oct 1989 10 Jul 1990 35 2 £300000
Sheffield United 10 Jul 1990 02 Aug 1995 195 10 £250000
Leeds United 02 Aug 1995 07 Feb 1997 37 0 £500000
Manchester City 07 Feb 1997 28 Aug 1998 13 0 £0
Port Vale 24 Dec 1997   5 0 on loan
West Bromwich Albion 12 Mar 1998   8 0 on loan
Port Vale 28 Aug 1998 02 Jul 1999 36 3 £0
Blackpool 02 Jul 1999 01 Jul 2000 22 0 £0
Chester City 01 Jul 2000 18 Oct 2001 39 1 £0

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1995 - 1996 8(2)  4  4(1)  2(2)  0 
1996 - 1997 11(1)  1  1  0  0 
Total 19(3)  5  5(1)  2(2)  0 

Jabba's Comments

Paul Beesley is a battling centre-back/left back signed from Sheffield United in the latter days of Howard Wilkinson's reign at Elland Road. He was used mainly as defensive cover, a task which he performed with enthusiasm and commitment, although he was no Paul Madeley. He moved on to Manchester City after a season and a half at Leeds. He's went on to Port Vale, where he managed to clock up 12 bookings in a season and earn a date with the FA. After a season at Blackpool he moved on to Chester, who were relegated to the GM Vauxhall Conference.

He moved on from Chester to Stalybridge Celtic in October 2001.

Pete says: Paul is currently the kit man at Stockport County. Had a drink with him the night before the game vs. Rushden & Diamonds 27/09/03. He's a cracking lad with a sharp sense of humour - can put a few beers away too!

Ste says: Pete is correct about Paul he seemed as though he could put the beers away whilst he was at leeds, particularly directly before kick off. Well he was either p****d or a ridiculous excuse for a professional footballer, he wouldnt have got in my 5 a-side league never mind the Premier league - gives us all hope though! P.S Nice weird hair doo.

jake says: 'Beesley for england' was the ironic chant of the leeds faitful!

Ste again says: Thanks for that Jake. But those chants were not ironic - and if they were I dont think that its funny makin a mockery out of Leeds utds selection system - Beesley should have never been allowed in leeds never mind our startin 11. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr


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