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David Woodfield

David Woodfield

Clubs played for: Wolverhampton Wanderers & Watford

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Biography: A defender who made 276 first team appearances for Wolves between 1959-70.Later in the 1970's he became one of Bill McGarrys assistants at Newcastle United. Thereafter he ran a pub in Newmarket.He then had two stints coaching in both Kuwait & Bahrain then went to Brunei before staying in Malaysia for 11 years. He became a school teacher teaching history & geography in English as well as still coaching. In 2010 he returned to England to live with one of his sons in a village near Cambridge. He does a bit of coaching in the village & goes to the gym every day. Always a fitness fanatic he used to walk to & from training during his time with Wolves.




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Woodfield, David I was in the same class as David in Shrubland Street School, Leamington Spa in 1954/55. He may possibly remember my unusual Christian name, Deleford. My husband played for Birmingham City at the same time David played for Wolves.
09-08-19 Deleford Dewis nee Cumberland

Woodfield, David I used to train and play with Dave in the late 1950's at Castlecroft, Cannock Chase and of course Molineux. We had a good youth team in those days and Dave will remember our two pals Dave Oliphant (now sadly passed away) and Alan Hinton


Woodfield, David Just to let you know i coach with him at Cambridges City's development squads.


David Woodfield He used to be my coach when I started playing football here in Malaysia and he taught me how to play. I was a little kid and i used to train with his son, Jason woodfield. Just seeing this brings back loads of memories man i miss this guy haha


Woodfield, David David, I think my memory is starting to play tricks on me. I seem to recall you getting injured on your debut for Watford. Did you play 1st team football after that?


Woodfield, David I can't understand why I have never been picked to play for England... At the age of 12 in 1955, I scored a hat trick against David Woodfield who played center half for Campion School and I played center forward for St. Peters School, Leamington Spa.


Woodfield, David Happy memories of your time at wolves, it would be good to hear from you Dave, hope your well, Trev.


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