Born: Newcastle upon Tyne, December 9, 1961
Debut: Blackburn Rovers (away), Division Two, August 23, 1986
Games: 130 (+17 subs)
Haddock played for his hometown club before joining Leeds. Unflappable and a fine reader of the game, but versatility was Haddock’s greatest strength. Player Of The Year in 1987/88, his best campaign though was alongside Chris Fairclough at centre-half in 1989/90 when Leeds clinched promotion as Division Two champions. Injury free that season, Haddock missed just six matches. Otherwise injuries meant he missed almost two seasons and his career ended following a horrific knee injury against Man United in the 1991 League Cup semi-final. Haddock had had his chips.
Strange but true: Haddock was one of three left-backs at the club to suffer serious injury during 1990/91.