Contents 1 Leeds United 2 Vancouver Whitecaps 3 Return to Leeds United 4 Later career in football 5 International career 6 Career after football 7 References 8 External linksLeeds UnitedBorn in Leeds in 1948, Harvey attended Foxwood School (in the Seacroft area of the city), and played for Leeds City Boys before leaving school to work in a Stylo shoe factory. He was signed as a professional footballer by Don Revie in February 1965, after having played as an apprentice for two years.Harvey was the reserve goalkeeper for Leeds United during the late 1960s and early 1970s, and was on the reserves' bench when Leeds won the League Cup and the Fairs Cup in 1968, the League championship in 1969, and the Fairs Cup in 1971.In the 1970 FA Cup Final, an error by first choice goalkeeper Gary Sprake allowed opponents Chelsea to equalise in the first half but was blameless for the second equaliser. Harvey replaced Sprake for the replay, which Leeds lost 2-1.In the 1971-72 season, Harvey only played eleven matches, but was selected ahead of Sprake for the 1972 FA Cup Final against Arsenal, as Sprake was suffering from a knee injury. Leeds won 1–0 with an Allan Clarke goal, and from that point on Harvey was the first choice goalkeeper.Harvey played 63 times in the 1972-73 season, and played in both the FA Cup Final and the European Cup Winners Cup Final - ending up on the losing side both times.Leeds put together a 29-match unbeaten start to the 1973-74 season, winning the League championship and earning Harvey the title medal he was not entitled to five seasons earlier.At the start of the 1974-75 season, Harvey took the last penalty during the shoot-out at the Charity Shield game against Liverpool but missed, thus allowing Liverpool to carry the trophy home.The season coincided with a stroke of misfortune for Harvey; he was injured in a car crash and missed the 1975 European Cup Final against Bayern Munich, and was replaced by his understudy David Stewart. Stewart did little wrong, but Leeds were beaten 2–0 by Bayern Munich in Paris.The rest of the 1970s saw Revie's team age and retire, with Stewart being preferred under subsequent Leeds managers, and Harvey eventually left in 1980 to join Vancouver Whitecaps. Vancouver WhitecapsHe had an unsteady first season with Vancouver, and even though his form improved in the second season in the NASL, injuries from another car accident prevented him from regaining his form and place. Return to Leeds UnitedHe returned to Leeds in 1983, by which time the club had been relegated to the old Second Division. By the time he left in 1985, he had played under three of his old team-mates: Allan Clarke, Eddie Gray and Billy Bremner. Later career in footballHarvey played 6 league games for Bradford City in 1985, under the management of an ex-Leeds team mate, Trevor Cherry. He then played 3 league games for Morton in 1986, finally drifting into non-league football with Whitby Town and Harrogate Town before his retirement from the game. International careerHarvey made his debut for Scotland in a 2–0 win over Denmark, having decided that playing through his father's roots would give him more of an international career.He was selected as Scotland's first-choice keeper for the 1974 World Cup in West Germany, although Scotland went out in the group stage. Career after footballHe retired from football at 37-years-old, managing a public house at Stamford Bridge, near York, and then became a postman, saying, "The sorting office atmosphere was like a dressing room". In 1994, with his wife, June (and their five children), he bought a 150-year-old stone cottage with 10 acres of farmland on Sanday in the Orkney Islands, and also worked as a postman. On 24 December 2009, he suffered a heart attack, from which he recovered.
Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends and David Harvey (footballer)Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends is a Canadian children's television series based on the children's books by David Kirk. The series airs on Nick Jr. in the United States, Treehouse TV in Canada, and on Discovery Kids in Brazil. It is also shown in syndication in other countries, depending on the area. Each episode follows the everyday adventures of a family of bugs who have made their home in the "Hollow Tree", led by the gentle, kind-hearted Miss Spider.The series originally aired as part of Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block in the US. It was later "burned off" to Nickelodeon's sister channel, Noggin.The show continued to air on Nick Jr. after its cancellation until September 12, 2014, when the show was pulled from the channel's daily lineup.Contents 1 Premise 2 Cast 2.1 Main cast 2.2 Supporting cast 3 Characters 3.1 Main Characters 3.2 Supporting Characters 4 Episodes 5 References 6 External linksPremiseThe series is set in "Sunny Patch" (a miniature town made of common forest items), populated by anthropomorphic bugs, and primarily centers around the Spider family.The episodes follow the children's adventures playing in Sunny Patch and learning life lessons, such as being kind to others, being imaginative, having responsibility, and being curious about the world around them. Cast Main cast Kristin Davis - Miss Spider Scott Beaudin - Squirt Rebecca Brenner - Shimmer Mitchell Eisner - Dragon Julie Lemieux - Bounce Supporting cast Robert Norman Smith - Holley Austin Di Iulio (Cameron Ansell in season 2) - Spinner Alexandra Lai - Snowdrop Aaryn Doyle - Pansy Marc McMulkin - Wiggle Jonathon Wilson - Ned Philip Williams - Ted Scott McCord - Stinky Characters Main article: List of Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends characters Main Characters Miss Spider — Like three of her children, Miss Spider is an adoptee, adopted by Betty Beetle when she could not find her biological mother. Miss Spider tries to be a kind and caring mom and give equal time to all of her many children. She strongly believes that "We have to be good to bugs; all bugs." Voiced by Kristin Davis. Squirt - A curious and adventurous green spider, Squirt is considered to be the leader of the children and as such, more stories center around his character than any other. He enjoys surfing the air on his webs, dreams of flying like Shimmer or Dragon, and is often ready to take the lead in an adventure. Because of his impulsive and curious personality, he often needs the advice of his parents to help him with situations. Voiced by Scott Beaudin. Shimmer — A pink jewel beetle with an interest in sports and games, Shimmer is different from the rest of the family as she has abilities the others do not (such as heat sensors). She is one of Miss Spider and Holley's adoptive children. Voiced by Rebecca Brenner. Dragon — A purple dragonfly and one of Miss Spider and Holley's adoptive children. He is the eldest of the Spider children and often assumes the role of an antagonist, especially towards Squirt. In several episodes, Dragon serves as an example of peer pressure. For example, in "Cry Buggie," Dragon pokes fun at Squirt when he explains his feelings. Voiced by Mitchell Eisner. Bounce — A blue bedbug and one of Miss Spider and Holley's adoptive children. He is a two-legged, high-energy bug and the only bug character in the series to have teeth. He and Dragon have been "best bug buddies" ever since they met because of their similar experiences regarding their original families. Voiced by Julie Lemieux. Supporting Characters Holley — voiced by Robert Smith. He is Miss Spider's husband. Holley is a songwriter and loves to play his guitar. He has a special thinking stone where he makes decisions. Spinner — voiced by Austin Di Iulio (and Cameron Ansell in season 2). A yellow spider sporting very large eyeglasses, he looks almost exactly like his father, Holley. He is a smart and wise bug often looked to for advice. While he is not great at physical activities, he has a wonderful talent for the "bugpipes". Snowdrop — voiced by Alexandra Lai. A yellow spider and Pansy's twin. Her distinguishing feature is a green bow on her head. She has a beautiful singing voice. Pansy — voiced by Aaryn Doyle. A yellow spider and Snowdrop's twin. Her distinguishing feature is a pink bow on her head. She sings well, but not as naturally as Snowdrop. Wiggle — voiced by Marc McMulkin. A blue spider who tends to be the worrier of the group, and is quite emotional. Ned and Ted - A pair of red ant brothers. Ned speaks with a Cockney accent and has a tuft of hair between his antenna and Ted speaks with a New York accent. The both of them are scheming and deceptive, and have only two interests: food and getting more of it. Stinky - A green stinkbug voiced by Scott McCord. He takes up detective work in his free time. Felix — A frog who was introduced in the three part special "A Froggy Day in Sunny Patch." Felix longed to be a bug himself and refuses to eat bugs, as he does not find them tasty. Instead, he eats only berries. Episodes Main article: List of Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends episodes
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