Clubs played for: Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, QPR. (1956-1968)
Biography: Was an apprentice at Ford's motor plant in Dagenham when he signed for Chelsea as an amateur in September 1954. A centre forward with an eye for goal, he scored 11 goals in 44 appearances for the club but was struggled to make a first team impact. Spurs boss Bill Nicholson swapped him for former England international Johnny Brooks, in what turned out to be a shrewd move. Managed QPR, Swindon and in Greece before going back into the motor industry Then worked as a professional model maker from his home in Hornchurch. He now splits his time between Essex and the village of Souni near Limasol in Cyprus. His sons Clive and Bradley, brother Dennis, nephews Martin and Paul and Grandson Oliver have all played professionally.
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