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David Moss

David John MOSS

At the age of 16 Witney born David had the choice of either Oxford or Swindon and opted for the latter who were his boyhood favourites.
He became a regular for the Robins in 1973-74 and over the next four seasons built a growing reputation as a goalscoring winger which led to Luton manager David Pleat nipping in ahead of Stoke to secure his services in 1978.
During his first season at Kenilworth Road, David suffered a recurring pelvic injury but once fully fit he showed his full range of skills with the ability to play on either wing, cross the ball at speed and fierce shooting. He also became the resident dead ball expert in his seven years with the club.
After retiring he followed his old skipper, Brian Horton, around at various clubs as assistant manager before taking the hot seat at Macclesfield. David then joined the Football Academy set-up at Liverpool.

Player

Appearances

League appearances

221

Non-League appearances

0

FAC appearances

8

FLC appearances

16

Other

0

Total

245

Goals

League goals

88

Non-League goals

0

FAC goals

3

FLC goals

3

Other

0

Total

94

Related Matches

Luton Town

2

Everton

0
1984/1985 Football League
Match Report

Luton Town

1

Nottingham Forest

2
1984/1985 Football League
Match Report

Luton Town

3

Norwich City

1
1984/1985 Football League
Match Report
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