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O’Donnell: Christopher (Chris)

1989-1991 (Player Details)

Centre Half

Born: Newcastle-upon-Tyne: 26-05-1968

Debut: v Hull City (h) (Substitute): 10-02-1990

5’9” 12st (1989)

O’Donnell started with Ipswich Town as a trainee and had a spell on loan with Northampton Town in January 1988, making one League appearance. Leeds snapped him up on a free-transfer from Ipswich Town in July 1989 after he had made ten starts and four substitute appearances while at Portman Road. He also started seven and came off the bench three times for them in the F.A. Cup. His only first-team action at Elland Road came as a seventy-fourth minute substitute for Jim Beglin. He joined Exeter City in the summer of 1991, but made only two League appearances before switching to Non-League Gateshead the following season.

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