Northern Ireland Davy Cochrane (1937-1950)

Northern Ireland Davy Cochrane (1937-1950)

Position: Forward | DOB: 14/08/1920 | Apps: 186 | Goals: 32
Pos: Forward | DOB: 14/08/1920
Apps: 186 | Goals: 32
Davy Cochrane features at number 92 in our 100 Greatest Leeds players ever.
Born Portadown in 1920, the 5'4" brilliantly gifted Right Winger was a star from an early age and LUFC got a bargain when they bought him from his home town in 1937. LUFC's first ever winger to be capped, at 18, his 12 caps (and LUFC career) were severely restricted by the War. He spent the war years playing in Ireland and returned to star for LUFC (including the 1949-50 FA Cup run) until he retired in 1950. Played 185 games and scored 32 goals.