Gary Pearson who was born on the 7th of December 1976 passed away on the 1st of July 2022. He was known as an English professional footballer who later turned into a manager.
He played as a defender and a midfielder for teams including; Spennymoor United, Seaham Red Star, Whitby Town, Durham City, Darlington, York City, Bedlington Terriers, Sheffield United, Stalybridge Celtic, Gateshead, Horden Colliery Welfare, Sunderland Nissan, Spennymoor Town, and Crook Town.
Gary was born and raised in Seaham, County Durham, Pearson began his career with the Sheffield United youth team and signed a professional contract with the club on the 3rd of July 1995.
After 3-years with United, he lowered into non-League football after signing for Stalybridge Celtic on the 22nd of March 1996.
He was with Football Conference side Gateshead for a couple of seasons; from 1996 to 1997 he made 34 appearances and bagged two goals and in 1997–98 he made four caps and scored one goal.
How did Gary Pearson Die?
Gary Pearson died of a suspected cardiac arrest on the 1st of July 2022, at the age of 45.