Brendan Ormsby

Brendan Ormsby

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Brendan Ormsby (born October 1, 1960 in Birmingham, England) is a former English professional footballer. A central defender, Ormsby played for Aston Villa, Leeds United, Shrewsbury, Doncaster, Waterford United, Scarborough F.C. and Wigan.

During his later years he has worked as a coach at Senior and Junior levels, including a spell working with Lawnswood Lasers JFC.

He currently works as a postman in Leeds, alongside some junior coaching.

Brendan is also the honorary president of the Scarborough Branch of the Leeds United Member’s Club. He attends the club’s annual ‘On The Road’ evening and his role has led to a beer being named after him. Ormsby's Bitter is brewed by the Wold Top brewery and can be sampled at the Spa Complex on the town’s sea front.

Brendan has just been appointed as First Team Manager at Pontefract Collieries.

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