Trevor Putney

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Trevor Putney
Personal information
Full name Trevor Anthony Putney
Date of birth (1960-04-09) 9 April 1960 (age 54)
Place of birth Harold Hill, England
Height 5 ft 10 in / 1.75 m
Playing position Midfield
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
?-1980 Brentwood 75
1980-1986 Ipswich Town 103 (8)
1986-1989 Norwich City 82 (9)
1989-1991 Middlesbrough 48 (1)
1991-1993 Watford 52 (2)
1993-1994 Leyton Orient 22 (2)
1994-1995 Colchester United 28 (2)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of September 15, 2006.
† Appearances (Goals).

Trevor Anthony Putney (born 9 April 1960, Harold Hill) is a former professional footballer.

Putney began his career with Ipswich Town, for whom he made 103 appearances and was voted the club's player of the year by the supporters in 1984. He then joined the small band of players who have played for both Ipswich and Norwich City, when he joined the Canaries in the summer of 1986 in a player exchange deal that saw John Deehan join Ipswich.

Putney spent three seasons with Norwich, making 100 appearances, before joining Middlesbrough for a fee of £300,000 in 1989.

Subsequently, Putney moved to Watford and Leyton Orient, before finishing his career at Colchester United.

He was known as a hard-tackling midfielder, easily distinguishable for his shock of white-blonde hair. After retiring, he was a coach with Romford.

During his playing days, Putney was reputed by his footballing colleagues as a prankster. Kevin Poole, his colleague at Middlesbrough, remembered that he would cut holes in the socks of other players.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Michael Walker (8 January 2011). "Kevin Poole: Oldest player in the FA Cup takes a trip down memory lane... | Mail Online". London: Dailymail.co.uk. Retrieved 2011-10-29. 

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