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For those of a similar name, see David Geddes. This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (February 2007) David Geddis, (born 12 March 1958 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England), is a football coach and scout, a former professional football player and England youth international. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Playing career 1.2 Coaching career 2 Honours 2.1 As a player 3 References Biography Playing career When Ipswich Town's leading goal scorer, Trevor Whymark, was injured against Norwich City on Boxing Day 1977, Geddis replaced him in the line-up and remained in the side. This enabled Geddis to become one of the youngest players ever to make an appearance in the FA Cup final, as Ipswich progressed through the competition to Wembley, where they beat Arsenal. Geddis delivered the cross which led to Roger Osborne's winning goal. He was transferred to Aston Villa in 1979 for £300,000 and the following season won a league championship medal by being one of the 14 players Villa used that season. He filled in whenever Shaw or Withe were injured or suspended and best remembered for scoring two goals in the 3-0 win over rivals Birmingham City. "Geddo" was a popular figure at Villa Park, but limited first team opportunities saw him move to then Second Division Barnsley in September 1983, where he notched an impressive 24 goals in 45 starts before attracting the interest of his former Villa boss Ron Saunders at promotion-chasing Birmingham City just before Christmas 1984. He joined the blues for a fee of £80,000 and quickly became a fans' favourite, largely due to his contribution to Blues' promotion winning campaign of the 1984/5 season.[citation needed] Coaching career In January 2002 Geddis was brought in by Sir Bobby Robson to work as coach alongside John Carver at Newcastle United.[1] He was released from the position in September 2004 when Graeme Souness took over as manager and brought his own backroom staff with him from Blackburn Rovers.[2] Most recently, Geddis was Reserve Team Coach at Leeds United, a job he took up after scouting for England manager Sven-Göran Eriksson and the English FA at the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Recently, he coached an English celebrity team, alongside former manager Terry Venables, for the Soccer Aid charity football match. On 23 October 2006, it was revealed that Geddis would take John Carver's place as Leeds caretaker manager until the 25 October. Geddis' only match in charge of the first team was the 3-1 League Cup defeat to Southend United, yet he was still not in complete control as Dennis Wise had input on team selection, having agreed terms with Leeds earlier in the day. On the 25 October, Wise and his assistant Gustavo Poyet officially joined the club as the new management team. Geddis parted company with United on 19 December 2006. Honours As a player Ipswich Town FA Cup winner 1978 Aston Villa League Championship Winner 1980/81 European Cup Winner (non-playing substitute) 1981/82 References ^ "Robson paying tribute to coach Carver". Retrieved 2008-08-03.  ^ "Carver leaves Newcastle". BBC News. 12 September 2004. Retrieved 2008-08-03.  Preceded by John Carver (caretaker) Leeds United Caretaker manager 2006 Succeeded by Dennis Wise v · d · eLeeds United A.F.C. – Managers Ray (1919–20) · Fairclough (1920–1927) · Ray (1927–35) · Hampson (1935–47) · Edwards (1947–48) · Buckley (1948–53) · Carter (1953–58) · Edwards (1958(c)) · Lambton (1958–59) · Taylor (1959–61) · Revie (1961–74) · Clough (1974) · Lindley (1974(c)) · Armfield (1974–78) · Lindley (1978(c)) · Stein (1978) · Lindley (1978(c)) · Adamson (1978–80) · Lindley (1980(c)) · Merrington (1980(c)) · Clarke (1980–82) · Gray (1982–85) · Gunby (1985(c)) · Bremner (1985–88) · Hunter (1988(c)) · Wilkinson (1988–96) · Graham (1996–98) · O'Leary (1998–2002) · Venables (2002–03) · Reid (2003) · Gray (2003–04(c)) · Blackwell (2004–06) · Carver (2006(c)) · Geddis (2006(c)) · Wise (2006–08) · Williams (2008(c)) · McAllister (2008) · Grayson (2008–) (c) caretaker Persondata Name Geddis, David Alternative names Short description Date of birth 12 March 1958 Place of birth Date of death Place of death