Goddard, Karl

Birth Date

29th December 1967





Biographical Text

An England schoolboy international who commenced his career with Leeds United as an apprentice, signing a full contract in December 1985.

He didn’t make a league appearance for the Elland Road club and in June 1986 signed for neighbours, Bradford City.

He was much more successful at Valley Parade where he played in 73 league matches for them. In December 1989, however, Goddard moved to Exeter City on loan, but was to feature only the once for the Grecians when he was introduced as a substitute in the 3-0 home win over Torquay United on New Years Day 1990.

Goddard also had a loan spell with Colchester United shortly afterwards, featuring in 16 league games and scoring one goal.

He then signed for Hereford United in September 1990, where he netted once in nine league outings.

After two seasons at Edgar Street, Goddard returned to West Yorkshire to link up with Bradford Park Avenue.

Appearances as Substitute



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