- Colin Bailie
Colin Bailie Personal information Full name Colin James Bailie Date of birth 31 March 1964 Place of birth Belfast, Northern Ireland Playing position Full back / Midfielder Youth career – Swindon Town Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1982–1985 Swindon Town 107 (4) 1985–1988 Reading 84 (1) 1988–1992 Cambridge United 119 (3) – Eynesbury Rovers * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Bailie began his career at Swindon Town, where he turned professional in 1982. He made his debut in the Third Division 5–0 defeat at Oxford United on 7 April 1982, playing as a full back. He made 121 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring 4 goals, before a move to Reading in 1985 for a fee of £22,500. While at Elm Park, he played a further 84 league games and played at Wembley as Reading reached the final of the Full Members Cup in 1986. Cambridge United paid £25,000 for his services in 1988, and when John Beck took over as manager in 1990, he converted Bailie to a midfielder, a position he played in as the club went on a run of successive promotions and FA Cup quarter-final appearances. In 1992, Bailie claimed he had lost his appetite for football and was quitting the game; he had a brief spell in non-league football with Eynesbury Rovers before moving to Cumbria to become a police officer.
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- ^ Bennett, Andrew (18 April 2009). "Hello... Goodbye". Cambridge United F.C. http://www.cambridge-united.co.uk/page/AndrewsMatchView/0,,10423~1632260,00.html. Retrieved 9 November 2009.
- League stats at Neil Brown's site
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