Brian Garvey (footballer)
|Date of birth||3 July 1937|
|Place of birth||Hull, England|
|Playing position||Central defender|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in Kingston upon Hull, Garvey joined his hometown club Hull City in 1957, making over 200 league appearances. He joined Watford in 1965 making just under 200 league appearances and helped the team win the Third Division championship in 1969. He moved to his final club Colchester United in 1970, assisting the U's to a Watney Cup win in 1971. He left Colchester in 1972, and went on to play for non-league clubs Bedford Town (where he was player-manager until March 1973) and Romford.
After retiring, Garvey had spells coaching at Wolves and Arsenal. He then emigrated to Melbourne in the 1980s and became the coach of power club Heidelberg United in the NSL from 1984-1988. After retiring from coaching Brian was employed as a security guard.
- Football League Third Division Winner (1): 1968–69
- Watney Cup Winner (1): 1971
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