James Cotterill - Footballing Career

Footballing Career

He began his career at Scunthorpe United, and was released in 2003 after making 24 appearances for the first team. Following this, Cotterill joined Barrow in August 2003, where he remained until December 2006. He made 115 appearances in all competitions for Barrow.

On 1 March 2007, two weeks after his release from prison, Cotterill joined Northern Premier League side Ossett Town. During the 2007/08 season he joined Ossett's ex manager Steve Kittrick at local rivals Guiseley A.F.C..

He joined Bradford Park Avenue on a short term loan in November 2010 making two appearances for the club.

He left Guiseley in February 2011 to look for regular first team football. He later re-signed for Ossett Town.

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