Ged Brannan

Ged Brannan

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Gerard Daniel Brannan is an English former footballer, born on 15 January 1972. He played as a midfielder.

Club career

Brannan had a well-travelled career, beginning at Tranmere Rovers, before a £750,000 transfer to Manchester City in March 1997.

Mostly used as a squad player at Manchester City, he was loaned to Norwich City between August and October 1998, and was then sold to Motherwell for £375,000 in October 1998, thus terminating his spell at Norwich.

Brannan moved onto Wigan in February 2001, where he remained until November 2003, spending short loan spells at Dunfermline and Rochdale.

A free transfer to Accrington Stanley in November 2003 was next on the agenda, where he spent two seasons.

After leaving Stanley, Ged spent a short period playing for Radcliffe Borough before signing for Morecambe in November 2005, making his debut against Cambridge United. Shortly before the match, Morecambe manager Jim Harvey suffered a heart attack. Morecambe lost the first match 1-0.

Signed by Harvey as a midfielder, Brannan was soon dropped by caretaker manager Sammy McIlroy, but eventually made the right back position his own, after filling in for an injury and putting in several impressive performances.

Brannan saw himself out of the team again at the start of the 2006-07 season, as Adam Yates was brought to Morecambe to play at right-back. Brannan filled...
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