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Addy: Michael (Mike)

1962-1964 (Player Details)

Wing Half

Born: Knottingley: 20-02-1943

Debut: v Rotherham United (h) League Cup: 15-1-1962

5101/2 12st 2lb (1962)

Joined Leeds as an apprentice and turned professional in May 1962. England Youth International Addy was called up for his debut when incumbent striker Billy McAdams was Cup-tied after his recent transfer from Bolton Wanderers for the League Cup Fourth Round Replay against Rotherham United at Elland Road. Addy was a member of the Leeds Central League side in the 1962-63 season, which featured himself at Right-Half and Gary Sprake, Paul Reaney, Paul Madeley, Norman Hunter, Rod Johnson, Peter Lorimer and Terry Cooper, all of whom were soon to emerge as first team players and future Internationals.He later played played twice in his favoured Right Half position as replacement for the injured Eric Smith but he was soon replaced by Willie Bell. Addy did not feature again in the United senior team, though he had done enough to be retained at the end of the season. With Leeds promoted to the First Division in 1964, however, he failed to make an impact in the emerging United team and moved to Barnsley in June 1964. He became a regular, scoring five goals in fifty-one League games and also playing in three Cup games before leaving for Corby Town on a free transfer in the 1967 close season and later joined Kettering Town, where he finished his career.

League 20
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