WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
We catch up with Leeds United’s 1986-87 nearly men
BILLY BREMNER, was the heartbeat of the Don Revie side which is still the most successful in the history of Leeds United. They won almost every trophy available. managed Harrogate Town and then FC Halifax Town until 2015, when he took charge of Gateshead. 8. Alan Sutton (physio): Spent more than 25 years at Elland Road until retiring in 2014. 9. Peter Gunby (coach): A former electrician, who joined Leeds from Huddersfield and then worked part time for local clubs until retiring. 10. Bobby McDonald: Left-back who went into coaching before starting his own company, Academies of Football. Now an academy coach at Hearts. 11. Peter Haddock: Defender who lives in Seaton Sluice, Northumberland has owned a baker’s, worked as a postman and a courier. 12. Scott Sellars: Midfielder who, after stints on the coaching staff at Mansfield and Chesterfield, became academy manager at Manchester City and is now coaching at Wolves. 13. Ronnie Sinclair: Goalkeeper who held a number of coaching positions at Stoke City until going to work for Aston Villa’s academy. 14. Nigel Thompson: Midfielder still living in his native Leeds, working as a postman in the Woodhouse area of the city. 15. Brendan Ormsby: Defender who became a postman in the Leeds area and coached at junior and senior clubs in Yorkshire. 16. Dave Bentley (coach): Spent 19 years as community officer at Mansfield and was then youth team boss at Chesterfield. 17. David Blakey (chief scout): The former off-licence owner was associated with Doncaster Rovers for many years after leaving Leeds. He died in April 2014, aged 84. 18. Billy Bremner (manager): Was living in Doncaster when he died in December 1997, aged 54. He was in management for 14 years before leaving the game to become a columnist and afterdinner speaker. 19. John Stiles: Midfielder and son of Nobby. Sold insurance before going into sports management. He then joined the after-dinner circuit as a speaker and comedian. 20. Andy Ritchie: The striker managed Oldham Athletic, Barnsley and Huddersfield before working as media pundit for MUTV. 21. Bob Taylor: Striker and former binman who started his own events company and has done some freelance coaching. 22. Micky Adams: Full-back who has held a number of management posts since 1996 and is currently a consultant for Midas Sports Management. 23. Russell Doig: Winger who settled in the Leeds area and is working as a taxi driver in the city. 24. John Sheridan: Midfielder who has spent over a decade in management and is currently in charge of Notts County. 25. Keith Edwards: Striker who was a lorry driver before joining Cancer Research UK. Later, he returned to driving with Sheffield Installations.
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