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Trevor Anderson

Trevor Anderson

Clubs played for: Manchester United, Swindon Town, Peterborough United. (1972-1978).




Biography: Trevor arrived at Old Trafford for £20,000 to replace another Belfast native George Best. Frank O'Farrell, who signed him was sacked within a matter of weeks but he repaid new boss Tommy Docherty by scoring a vital goal against Leeds. Although this helped avoid relegation he was later discarded by The Doc. Worked as a clerk in Belfast City Hospital, which he combined with a successful career in football management with Linfield, Newry Town, Ards and Dundalk. Helped Linfield sweep the board, winning the League, Irish Cup, League Cup and Budweiser Cup competitions in Ireland in 1993-4.

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Anderson, Trevor Great player for Swindon, I remember him scoring a hat trickk of penalties
01-05-22 Ian Jamesl

Anderson, Trevor I remember that his whole family came over to Manchester with him. I wonder if they followed him to Swindon, Peterborough and back to Belfast?
06-03-22 Basil Abbott

Anderson, Trevor Loved Trevor...always thrilling to watch, he was in a very decent Swindon side in the 70`s.
A Jinking winger...with "Style".
22-01-21 Mitchell John

Anderson, Trevor A good player from Northern Ireland, pity he did not cut it

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