Mickey Thomas

Mickey Thomas

After Dinner Speaker | Guest Speaker

Mickey Thomas… played for…

Wrexham, Manchester United, Everton, Brighton & Hove Albion, Stoke City, Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion, Derby County, Shrewsbury Town and Leeds United.

As a Welsh international, he made 51 appearances and scored four goals.

He began his career with local side Wrexham where he spent eight seasons and earned a move to Manchester United in 1978.

After three seasons at Old Trafford, Thomas had short spells at Everton and Brighton & Hove Albion before joining Stoke City in August 1982.

After one and a half seasons at the Victoria Ground, he moved on to Chelsea, with whom he helped gain promotion in 1983–84.

He then played for West Bromwich Albion and Derby County and also spent two years in the United States playing indoor football for Wichita Wings.

He moved back to England in 1988 to play for Shrewsbury Town and Leeds United before making returns to Stoke City and Wrexham.

During his after dinner talk he also shares his experience inside prison where he served 18 months for countefeit money.

He is a really nice guy and delivers a very interesting after dinner talk.

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