Darren John Bullock
(born February 12, 1969) was a professional footballer
who played for several English
clubs including Huddersfield Town
, Swindon Town
, and Bury
Bullock started his playing career at non-league Malvern Town
, before moving to Nuneaton Borough
. In the summer of 1993, Huddersfield Town
55,000 for his combative midfield services where he became a firm fans' favourite
for his no-holds-barred style of play and aggressive tackling. In 1994 he was a major part in Huddersfield Town winning promotion to the Division One as Division Two playoff winners, and reaching the FA Cup
fifth round (losing to Wimbledon
in the replay) and finishing eighth in the league a year later, narrowly missing out on a second successive promotion.
In 1997 he moved to Swindon Town
for £400,000 where he made 71 appearances and scored twice during two years at the County Ground
from where he moved to Bury
in 1999 for £200,000 - making 63 appearances and scoring nine times.
He was loaned out to Rushden & Diamonds
and Sheffield United
before being released on a free transfer to Worcester City
. He was sacked by Worcester City over disciplinary problems in March 2002.
Darren Bulluck was appointed manager of Midland Combination team Archadales 73 in July 2010, this is his first crack at management.