Darren Pitcher


English footballer Darren Pitcher was born on October 12, 1969, and died on November 25, 2018.

Pitcher was an English professional footballer.

He played as a defender and a midfielder from 1988 until 1999.

He played for Charlton Athletic, Crystal Palace, and Leyton Orient.

He began his profession as a correct fullback at Charlton however then changed over to a powerful cautious midfielder.

Pitcher marked on advance for Seamus McDonagh at Galway United in January 1989 and made his League of Ireland make a big appearance at Athlone on the sixteenth.

At the point when Frank Worthington made his presentation on 12 February Pitcher scored the equalizer at St Patrick’s Athletic.

He joined Crystal Palace in 1994. In his first season at the club, Pitcher helped Palace to the semi-finals of both residential containers.

It was in these container runs that Pitcher scored his solitary two objectives for Palace.

In the League Cup quarter-last against Manchester City, Pitcher scored his first objective, and his second arrived in a FA Cup quarter-last replay against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Be that as it may, Palace’s runs were finished by Liverpool in the League Cup semi-last and Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-last.

His profession was finished at Crystal Palace in a match against Huddersfield Town in August 1996, after a test by Paul Reid.

Pitcher endeavored to bring an instance of carelessness against Huddersfield Town, which he lost.

Pitcher never played for Palace again, and never played proficient football again aside from a concise advance spell at Leyton Orient in January 1998.

Darren Pitcher passed away at 49 years old.


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