Walter, David

Birth Date

3rd September 1964


Holsworthy, England



Biographical Text

Playing part-time football for Bideford whilst working on his farm, Walter was signed by Exeter City in November 1988, initially on a one week trial.

He went straight into the first team replacing Mel Gwinnett as keeper and made his debut against Colchester United in a 3-2 win.

He also played in the first 18 league matches of the Fourth Division Championship win of 1990 before losing his place to Kevin Miller.

Walter signed for Plymouth Argyle for £10,000 in July 1990 and in two seasons at Home Park made 15 league appearances.

He then joined Torquay United in June 1992, but only had one league game with them.

Walter was with Saltash United in 1993-94. He also played for Holsworthy and Torrington, then with his village side Putford before finally only playing in charity matches after 2008-09. In 2010 he was living on a farm in West Putford, Holsworthy.




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