Steve Brennan, English footballer, Died at 57

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Steve Brennan English footballer who played as a midfielder in the Football League for Crystal Palace and Plymouth Argyle before moving into non-league football with Leatherhead; died at 57 on October 15, 2015.

He began his youth career at Crystal Palace where he was part of the successful youth squad which won the FA Youth Cup in 1977 and 1978.

The footballer signed professional terms in February 1976 and made his senior debut on 31, August 1976, in an away 1–3 defeat to Watford in the League Cup.

Brennan first Football League appearance was in March, 2 ,1977, in an away from home 2–3 defeat to Lincoln City, when he scored one of the Palace’s goals.

Steve Brennan made only one further appearance that season and one in 1977–1978 before signing for Plymouth Argyle on August 1, 1978.

At Plymouth, Brennan made only six appearances and moved into non-league football with Leatherhead in 1979.

Steve Brennan was born in Mile End, Greater London on September 3, 1958.

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