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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 played ten starts and four substitute appearances while at Portman Road. His only first-team action came as a substitutefor 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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