|1||03.02.1991||Manchester United||Old Trafford||League|
|1||39||03.02.1991||Manchester United||Old Trafford||League|
Daily Mirror from 13 April 1996.
He enjoyed a lengthy career at the top level of English football, so how did David Speedie end up in Dublin’s United Churches League? The former Liverpool striker tells the story of an eventful life to Daniel McDonnell. Published Monday April 18 2011.
In the second of our series on forgotten derby heroes, Christopher Beesley catches up with David Speedie. From Liverpool Daily Post on 31st January 2007.
Match report by Press Association on 09.02.1991.
"My Liverpool career was not ended by Kenny Dalglish’s departure, it was killed by Graeme Souness’ arrival. We just never got on with each other. I knew him from Scotland and I found him to be a real big head and you just don’t get away with being like that with me. The rest of my time at Liverpool was very uncomfortable. It still annoys me though when people say Robbie Keane has been the biggest flop at Anfield since me. I scored six goals in about 12 appearances and in the end the manager just did not like me."
David Speedie in 2009
David Speedie, 35, had to sit out his fourth suspension of the season following his 12th booking. Beazer Homes League side Crawley axed the fiery Scotsman after he rebelled against a club fine of two weeks' wages, around 500 pounds. "David was angry at being fined and asked for his contract to be cancelled. We were happy to agree to his request."
Chairman John Maggs of non-League Crawley in February 1996.
|Club||Season||Club rank||League apps||League goals||Total apps||Total goals|
|Barnsley||1978-1979||England Fourth Division||10||0||10||0|
|Barnsley||1979-1980||England Third Division||13||0||13||0|
|Darlington||1980-1981||England Fourth Division||44||4||47||4|
|Darlington||1981-1982||England Fourth Division||44||17||48||18|
|Chelsea||1982-1983||England Second Division||34||7||40||9|
|Chelsea||1983-1984||England Second Division||37||13||41||13|
|Chelsea||1984-1985||England First Division||35||10||47||11|
|Chelsea||1985-1986||England First Division||34||14||44||17|
|Chelsea||1986-1987||England First Division||22||3||27||3|
|Coventry City||1987-1988||England First Division||36||6||40||6|
|Coventry City||1988-1989||England First Division||36||14||41||15|
|Coventry City||1989-1990||England First Division||32||8||40||9|
|Coventry City||1990-1991||England First Division||18||3||20||4|
|Blackburn Rovers||1991-1992||England Second Division||36||23||43||26|
|Southampton||1992-1993||England Premier League||11||0||12||0|
|Birmingham City||1992-1993||England First Division||10||2||10||2|
|WBA||1992-1993||England Second Division||7||2||7||2|
|West Ham United||1992-1993||England First Division||15||0||15||0|
|Leicester City||1993-1994||England First Division||37||12||42||13|
|Crawley Town||1995-1996||Southern League Premier Division||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Atherstone United||1996||Southern League Premier Division||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Hendon||1996||Ishtmian League Premier Division||5||0||5||0|
|Stamford||1996-1997||United Counties Premier Division||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Kirby Muxloe||1997||Leicestershire Senior League||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Guiseley||1997||Northern Premier League||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Crook Town||1997-1998||Northern League Division One||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Harrow Borough||1999-2000||Isthmian Premier Division||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Rainworth Miners Welfare||2006-2007||Central Midlands League Supreme Division||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Harworth Colliery Institute||2007||Central Midlands League Supreme Division||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Francis||2011||Dublin's United Churches League Division Three||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|