The Bootle-born defender never played in a League game for Liverpool but deputised for injured Gary Gillespie in an FA Cup match at York City and in the first leg of the League Cup semi-final at QPR, during the 1985/86 season. After a brief loan spell with Norwich City from 21 November to 6 December 1986 where he played just three times in the League, Seagraves returned to Anfield but was eventually given a permanent transfer to Manchester City nine months later. Seagraves certainly enjoyed his time at Bolton where he played 157 League games…
"Last season was a nightmare for me. I would not have been surprised had the manager said there was no place for me. Now I have one more chance - the last one. I have to show that I'm good enough. Harry has arrived and it's a challenge but sometimes you can perform better in those circumstances. As long as I feel I can give something to the team I'll carry on. I think a few of the fans don't like me. Sometimes when you lose the ball you can hear that they are not happy."
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium | Saturday 11 Jan 2020
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