Dave Anderson (footballer)

Dave Anderson (Footballer)

Dave Anderson (footballer)

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Dave Anderson (born 11 March 1962) is an association football manager, former player and media personality from Northern Ireland, best known for his role as manager of AFC Wimbledon from 2004 to 2007. He is currently manager of Isthmian League Premier Division club Harrow Borough.

A goalkeeper in his playing days, Anderson played senior football for Glentoran and Bangor and internationally for Northern Ireland B before retiring prematurely through injury. Anderson moved back to England and embarked on a career in management at non-League level, being associated with over ten teams in the course of a career lasting over two decades.

Anderson is also a regular guest on BBC London 94.9's show about non-League football, the Non-League Football Show.

Playing career

Anderson was a goalkeeper during his playing days and had youth contracts with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sheffield United.

He went home to Northern Ireland to play for Glentoran and Bangor, where he was the youngest player to travel in the UEFA Cup.

He represented Northern Ireland at Schoolboy, Youth and B level.

While at Bangor his playing career was prematurely ended by injury,


Anderson subsequently moved back to England where he lived in Manchester: he was childhood friends with......
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