Gemmill, son of former Scotland player Archie, came through the youth ranks at Nottingham Forest, where his father had played, and spent a large chunk of his early career with Forest before a move to Everton.
Gemmill had won two promotions and a League Cup in Nottingham, as well as earning the majority of his international call-ups, but he continued to impress at Goodison Park during a five-year stint.
He moved out on-loan to Preston North End as the first-team opportunities dried up, before making the move to the Walkers Stadium with his best days behind him. A midfielder, Gemmill, made 17 league appearances for the Foxes in the year after they'd been relegated from the top flight.
His stay at City proved to be his last in the higher-levels of English football. He had trials with Sheffield Wednesday before settling on a player-coach role with Oxford United. That lasted just a fortnight, with an offer to finish his career with New Zealand Knights in Australia's A-League too good to turn down.
|1||21.08.2004||0 - 1||Watford (H)||Championship|
|2||28.08.2004||1 - 1||Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)||Championship|
|3||18.09.2004||0 - 0||Burnley (H)||Championship|
|4||25.09.2004||2 - 3||Queens Park Rangers (A)||Championship|
|5||16.10.2004||1 - 1||Coventry City (A)||Championship|
|6||23.10.2004||1 - 1||Stoke City (H)||Championship|
|7||30.10.2004||0 - 0||Cardiff City (A)||Championship|
|8||08.11.2004||3 - 0||Coventry City (H)||Championship|
|9||13.11.2004||0 - 1||Sunderland (H)||Championship|
|10||20.11.2004||0 - 0||Wigan Athletic (A)||Championship|
|11||27.11.2004||2 - 1||Plymouth Argyle (H)||Championship|
|12||04.12.2004||2 - 0||Leeds United (A)||Championship|
|13||11.12.2004||0 - 2||Reading (H)||Championship|
|14||26.12.2004||0 - 1||Rotherham United (H)||Championship|
|15||28.12.2004||0 - 2||Sheffield United (A)||Championship|
|16||03.01.2005||1 - 0||Queens Park Rangers (H)||Championship|
|17||08.01.2005||2 - 2||Blackpool (H)||FA Cup 3|
|18||08.03.2005||0 - 0||Burnley (A)||Championship|