Widely considered as having been the stand-out ‘keeper in the Championship during the Bluebirds’ 2012/13 promotion season, David brought his form and class to the Barclays Premier League - seemingly without skipping a beat. Many considered him, again, as the stand-out 'keeper of 2013/14.
Having come through the ranks at Celtic – for whom he featured as a 19 year old professional in a 2004 UEFA Cup win over Barcelona at Nou Camp – Marshall joined Norwich City in 2007. He made 105 League and Cup appearances for the Canaries, before joining Cardiff City on May 12 2009.
The undisputed first-choice ‘keeper throughout Malky Mackay’s tenure at Cardiff City, David played in each of City’s 46 League fixtures during 2012/13; he missed just the one game in 2013/14, Joe Lewis deputising for him in a 1-1 draw at Hull City. A Scotland international, David has established himself as an integral part of Gordon Strachan’s squad as the Tartan Army look towards qualification for Euro 2016.