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Colin Addison Personal information Full name Colin Addison Date of birth 18 May 1940 (1940-05-18) (age 71) Place of birth Taunton, England Playing position Forward, Midfielder Club information Current club Retired Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1957–1961 York City 87 (28) 1961–1966 Nottingham Forest 160 (62) 1966–1967 Arsenal 28 (9) 1967–1971 Sheffield United 94 (22) 1971–1973 Hereford United 55? (1?) Teams managed 1971–1974 Hereford United (player-manager) 1975–1976 Durban City F.C. 1976–1977 Notts County (assistant) 1977–1978 Newport County 1979–1980 West Bromwich Albion (assistant) 1980–1982 Derby County 1982–1985 Newport County 1985–1986 Al-Ahli (Doha) 1986–1987 Celta Vigo 1987–1988 West Bromwich Albion 1988–1989 Atletico Madrid 1989–1990 Cadiz 1990–1991 Hereford United 1992–1993 Al Arabi 1995–1996 Badajoz 1996–1998 Merthyr Tydfil 1999–2000 Scarborough 2000–2001 Yeovil Town 2001–2002 Swansea City 2002–2003 Forest Green Rovers 2004 Barry Town * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Colin Addison (born 18 May 1940 in Taunton, Somerset) is an English former professional footballer and manager. Addison has managed a wide variety of clubs in the UK, as well as in countries such as Spain, South Africa, Kuwait and Qatar. Notably he was the player-manager of Hereford United during their famous 1971-72 FA Cup run, which saw them defeat Newcastle United. Colin currently resides in the city of Hereford, and was a pundit on BBC Radio Wales until 2008.[1] Contents 1 Playing career 2 Managerial career 2.1 Player-Manager 2.2 Retired to the Touchline 3 References 4 External links Playing career Addison was born in Taunton, Somerset but brought up in York, signing as a professional for York City in 1957. He played in the inside-forward position although, being a versatile player, he played in midfield as well during his career. In his second season he scored 10 league goals helped York win promotion to the recently created Third Division but the Minstermen lasted only one season before being relegated and midway through the 1960-61 season he was transferred to First Division side Nottingham Forest for £12,000. Addison was a regular at the City Ground scoring 62 goals in 160 league appearances, before being signed by Bertie Mee's Arsenal in 1966 for £45,000. His time at Highbury was less successful and, after poor performances on the pitch, he was sold in 1967 to Sheffield United in the First Division. In his final season at Bramall Lane with the Blades, and with his playing career winding down, Addison left to join leading non-league side Hereford United as player-manager. Managerial career Player-Manager Addison arrived at Hereford United in October 1971, succeeding the legendary John Charles as player-manager. He inherited a decent group of players which he led through the club's most famous FA Cup run and ultimately election to the Football League. In the Second Round, Addison and his team needed two replays to get past Northampton Town but it was worth the effort as a trip to top-flight Newcastle United awaited. After going 2-1 down in the tie, it was Addison who hit the 25-yard equaliser to take the Magpies to the return fixture at Edgar Street. In front of a capacity crowd and on a quagmire of a pitch, Addison and Hereford unbelievably won 2-1 after extra time with Radford and George scoring. They went on to take West Ham United to another replay in the Fourth Round before eventually losing 3-1 at Boleyn Ground.[2] Hereford were elected to the Football League at the end of Addison's first season as a manager, and the success continued the following season when Hereford finished as runners-up in Division Four.[3] Retired to the Touchline Addison carried on playing until November 1973, but with a broken leg, he proceeded as manager until 1974 when he left to manage South African side Durban City F.C.. To mark his achievements at Hereford, an area north of the Edgar Street football ground was named Addison Court in his honour. He returned to England in December 1975, joining Notts County as assistant to Ronnie Fenton. His next managerial position was at Newport County then of the Fourth Division before he reverted to assistant manager to Ron Atkinson at West Bromwich Albion. Two poor seasons in charge at Derby County led to his sacking in early 1982 and Addison returned to Newport County where he led the team to their highest post-war league finish in the 1982-83 season. In May 1985 Addison left the club with Newport County heading for financial meltdown and eventual closure. He then went abroad to the Middle East, and later to Spain where he took Celta Vigo into La Liga. A second spell as West Brom assistant manager followed before he and Ron Atkinson left for Atletico Madrid in October 1988. However, Atkinson was sacked after only two months in charge and Addison took over. After Madrid he remained in Spain with Cádiz CF, and then had a second, less successful spell at Hereford United. After another spell abroad, he managed a succession of lower league sides including Yeovil Town F.C.,[4][5] although he did manage in the Football League again, with Swansea City.[6] He then became manager at Conference National side Forest Green Rovers leading the club to what was their highest ever league finish in his period of management. References ^ "Well known managers". Welsh Premier Football. http://www.welsh-premier.com/index.php/people/managers/well-known-ex-managers. Retrieved 2009-08-23.  ^ Turnball, Simon (1999-03-10). "Football: Addison depends on principles". The Independent. http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football-addison-depends-on-principles-1079635.html. Retrieved 2009-08-23.  ^ "Manager History". Hereford United. http://www.herefordunited.co.uk/article/612721/Manager-History. Retrieved 2009-08-23.  ^ "Colin Addison - an appreciation". Ciderspace. http://www.ciderspace.co.uk/ASP/history/addison-colin.asp. Retrieved 2009-08-23.  ^ Lawton, Matt (2001-01-05). "On the Spot: Colin Addison". The Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/2995870/On-the-Spot-Colin-Addison.html. Retrieved 2009-08-23.  ^ "SACKED!; for costing pounds 85,000 a year Cusack acting player-coach as Swans part with Addison and Nicholas.". The Mirror. http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-83572522.html. 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(2004–05) · Owers (2005–06) · Harvey (2006–09) · Brown (2009) · Hockaday (2009–) Persondata Name Addison, Colin Alternative names Addison, Colin Short description Date of birth 1940-5-18 Place of birth Taunton, England Date of death Place of death