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Tony Adcock

Tony Adcock

Clubs played for: Colchester United, Manchester City, Northampton Town, Bradford City, Northampton Town, Peterborough United, Luton Town, Colchester United, Heybridge Swifts (1981-2000)

Born: 1963

Birthplace: Bethnal Green, London

Position: Forward

Biography: Born in Bethnal Green, London. Started his football career as an apprentice with Colchester United, where he scored 98 goals in 210 League appearances, before joining Manchester City. After just fifteen starts and five goals for city he moved to Northampton in exchange for Trevor Morley. He continued to score prolifically in the lower leagues eventually returning to Colchester to end his league career. Adcock was inducted into Colchester's Hall of Fame in 2008




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Adcock, Tony Same age as Tony - remember playing with Tony and against him as a youth player. He played for a team called Valley Green at the time and they had a several talented players. A few years down the line, I didn’t make it but went into the plumbing game and ended up working with his dad Charlie.
09-08-20Gary

Adcock, Tony tony is marrying my mates sister this sept and is a smashing fella


Adcock, Tony Hi, I'm trying to contact Tony Adcock if anyone can help with info for him now please, Thank you, Mark


Adcock, Tony Tony's mum, Pat, used to look after me. I'd love to hear how they all are. I used to go to Colchester united Football Ground (with my dad) to watch him (Rooster). Great memories xxx


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