Former Bradford City striker Danny Cadamarteri retires

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Danny Cadamarteri scored nine goals in 97 appearances for Bradford City Danny Cadamarteri scored nine goals in 97 appearances for Bradford City

Former Bantams striker Danny Cadamarteri has retired from the game on medical advice.

The 34-year-old has not kicked a ball this season for Carlisle because of a long-term knee injury.

Cadamarteri made 97 appearances for City in two spells with his home-town club and scored nine goals.

But he left under a cloud in 2006 after failing a drugs test – which saw him banned for six months.

He has recently been filling his time by coaching the women’s team at Leeds United.

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10:11am Fri 25 Apr 14

wakefieldbantam says...

Thought Cadders had already retired he was semi-retired when he played for us !!!
Thought Cadders had already retired he was semi-retired when he played for us !!! wakefieldbantam
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9:51pm Fri 25 Apr 14

torreyman says...

Well said my friend I remember those hazy days !!!!!
Well said my friend I remember those hazy days !!!!! torreyman
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