Darren Bullock

Darren Bullock

Born 12 February 1969 (Age 31 at debut)

Position: Midfielder

(Diamonds player #129)

Total appearances 4

(4 League)


28 March 2000 (Home Kettering Town)

Final game:

8 April 2000 (Away Kidderminster Harriers)

Darren had started his career in non-League football with Malvern Town before moving to Nuneaton Borough, where he came to the notice of some League sides. In the summer of 1993, Huddersfield Town paid a £55,000 fee for the aggressive midfielder, who quickly became the fans favourite. He played a total of 154 games for the Terriers, before a £400,000 move to Swindon Town in February 1997. After two seasons, he joined Bury for £200,000, and it was from Bury that Darren arrived at Nene Park on 24 March for a one month loan period. He played four times for the club before returning to Bury. A further loan period followed at Sheffield United the following year, before he was released, joining Worcester City. In March 2002, he was sacked by the club following a disciplinary hearing after being sent off at Stafford Rangers for elbowing another player. Darren recently returned to the game, playing for Midland Combination side Archadales 73 during the 2008/2009 season, before taking up the managers position at the end of the season. He left on 4 October 2010 to become player/assistant manager at the club where he started his career, Midland Football Alliance club Malvern Town.





Kettering Town (H)



Nuneaton Boro (H)



Morecambe (H)



Kidderminster (A)


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