Brian Marwood

Brian Marwood

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Brian Marwood

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Brian Marwood (born 2 February 1960) is an English former footballer and is currently one of the main executive staff at Manchester City F.C. under the role of Football Administration Officer.

Club career

Hull City

Born in Seaham, County Durham, Marwood started his career at Hull City, joining in 1976 as an apprentice and making his way up through the youth and reserve ranks. A pacy and tricky winger, he made his debut aged 19 in a Third Division match against Mansfield Town on 12 January 1980. He spent five seasons with the Tigers, during which time they were relegated to the Fourth Division and then promoted back to the third. After 1983-84, in which Hull City reached the Associate Members' Cup Final and narrowly missed out on promotion to the Second Division, Marwood attracted the interest of Sheffield Wednesday.

Sheffield Wednesday

Marwood was signed by Sheffield Wednesday for £115,000. In all he played 191 times for Hull and scored 53 goals.

At Wednesday, he became known as one of the First Division's most consistent and productive wingers, thanks to his pace and close ball control. The newly-promoted Owls had a strong return to the top-flight, finishing eighth and fifth in Marwood's first two seasons at the club, although Wednesday were unable to compete in the 1986-87 UEFA Cup due to the ban on English clubs in European competitions as a result of the Heysel disaster in 1985.


Despite Wednesday's form tailing off after that, Marwood still shone in the...
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