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Tony Bartley

Tony Bartley

Clubs played for: Bury, Oldham Athletic, Chesterfield (1958-1966)

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Biography: Settled in his home town of Stalybridge, where he took work as a Sports Centre manager.




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Bartley, Tony I worked for tony for a few years driving his taxi which he also drove in and around stalybridge until he had an accident and was no longer fit to drive for long periods. This was around 15 years ago. I think he still lives in stalybridge as I have seen him in the town only last week


Bartley, Tony I watched him play for Bury. A great talent


Bartley, Tony Tony is still as fit as ever at 76. Still living in Stalybridge and keeping up with the football world. I think he'd still like to play if he got the chance. He plays often with his Grand children. Recently saw a great picture of him coming off the pitch after playing against Sir Stanley Mathews.


Bartley, Tony I'm sat with him right now. Its his 77th Birthday today. He's as fit and well as always. Still talking about and loving watching football.


Bartley, Tony Its my dad. he lives in stalybridge and still loves t follow the football and always looks to see how bury are getting on


Bartley, Tony Tony was a fine footballer and gentleman when he played for Sligo Rovers.I remember when he came back to play against us,and he destroyed our defense playing at center forward and I think he scored 3 goals that day. Thank you for the memories Tony


Bartley, Tony We are putting together a History of Sligo Rovers and would love to contact Tony Bartley who is remembered in Sligo with great fondness. Thanks, Aidan Mannion


Bartley, Tony He's my granddad. Loves football and golf.


Bartley, Tony Aiden I m Tony's daughter Lisa please contact me at lisabartley31@gmail.com he would be over the moon to hear from you. He never stops talking about his time in Sligo and all the fabulous people he met.


Bartley, Tony I remember Tony very well at Bury. One match day he appeared outside the changing rooms and asked me to take a package to a gateman at the front of the ground. I was so delighted that he asked me. That was the big thing of my day, bearing in mind I was only about 11 years old and Bury mad.


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