David Williamson

Football player

1975 –


Who is David Williamson?

David Williamson is a soccer player currently without a club.

David was first spotted while playing in the Northern Ireland Milk Cup for Co. Fermanagh and was taken on by Castlereagh College in Belfast on their football course. Crusaders liked what they saw of David and snapped him up. When he was 18, he signed for Motherwell after a 2 week trial. However, Williamson struggled to make the breakthrough at Fir Park and only made 1 appearance in the first team. Roy McFarland brought him to Cambridge United but after a decent start, he dropped out of the starting XI and so went on a loan spell to Coleraine. He returned to Cambridge in time for the new season and got back into the first team and played in their first 15-20 games before unfortunately getting injured. Things were never the same after that so he took the decision to move to the land of his birth Hong Kong.

David spent a year and a half in Hong Kong and played for Yee Hope and Instant-Dict F.C.. He faced future team-mate Kevin Hunt on his debut for Yee Hope. While in Hong Kong, he played twice for the Hong Kong national team in friendlies against Chinese clubs Guan-Jo and Xin-Xeng.

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Dec 15, 1975
Hong Kong

on July 23, 2013


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