LEEDS (ENGLAND) – English football is mourning the sudden death of Trevor Cherry at 72 years old.
During his prestigious career, he only wore three shirts .
The former defender is a product of the Huddersfield Town youth sector.
After finishing the draw in the youth team, he made his professional debut with this club's jersey.
Cherry stayed in Huddersfield Town for seven seasons.
With Huddersfield Town he played a total of 156 games and scored 11 goals.
Thanks to the excellent performance with the Huddersfield Town shirt, Cherry was registered by Leeds.
In the team of the city in the county of Yorkshire, in northern England, Cherry remained for ten seasons until he became a legend of this club.
With Leeds, Cherry played a total of 399 games and scored 24 goals.
After his happy experience with the Leeds shirt , the former defender ended his career in Bradford where he played for three seasons putting together 92 appearances with zero goals.
Cherry has not only had a good career in the English championship but also with the national team.
After making his debut with the Under 21 team he was practically immediately promoted to the National "A" of England because he was a high level player.
Cherry was the owner of the English national team in the years in which he also won the league title with Leeds in 1974.
With the English national team, Cherry played 27 games without scoring any goals.
Leeds recalled this with the following press note:
"In this complicated moment our thoughts and prayers go to his wife Sue, to the sons Darren and Ian , to the sister Danielle and to the five grandchildren of Trevor ".
Source: Blitz Quotidiano