Eddie COLQUHOUN

Eddie Colquhoun - Sheffield United - League appearances. for The Blades.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 12 October 1974

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    • POSITION
      Central Defender
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Thursday, 29 March 1945
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Prestonpans, Scotland
  • CLUBS
  • Sheffield United
    • Club Career Dates
      1968-1978
    • League Debut
      Unknown
    • Club Career
      360 League apps (+3 as sub), 21 goals
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Eddie COLQUHOUN - Sheffield United - League appearances. for The Blades.

Eddie Colquhoun pictured playing for Sheffield United during their 2-2 draw with

Everton on 12/10/1974.

 

Bury:   1963-1967     Played   81     Scored   2   goals   (Division 2)
 
Transferred in February 1967
 
West Bromwich Albion:   1966-1969     Played   46     Scored   1   goal   (Division 1)
 
Transferred in October 1968
 
Sheffield Utd:   1968-1969     Played   25     Scored   8   goals   (Division 2)
     1969-1970     Played   41     Scored   6   goals   (Division 2)
     1970-1971     Played   41     Scored   0   goals   (Division 2)
     1971-1972     Played   42     Scored   2   goals   (Division 1)
     1972-1973     Played   37     Scored   0   goals   (Division 1)
     1973-1974     Played   41     Scored   3   goals   (Division 1)
     1974-1975     Played   38     Scored   1   goal   (Division 1)
     1975-1976     Played   37     Scored   1   goal   (Division 1)
     1976-1977     Played   34     Scored   0   goals   (Division 2)
     1977-1978     Played   27     Scored   0   goals   (Division 2)
 

 

Career after Sheffield United.

 

1978–1980 Detroit Express 69 (4 goals)

1979–1980 Detroit Express (indoor) 11 (1 goal)

1981 Washington Diplomats 9.

Total 490  Club games  24 goals.

 

Eddie Colquhoun won nine international caps for Scotland between 1971–1973.

He made his international debut in a UEFA European Football Championship Qualifier

against Portugal at Hampden Park on 13 October 1971.