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Alan Comfort

Alan Comfort

Clubs played for: QPR, Cambridge United, Leyton Orient, Middlesbrough (1982-1989)

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Biography: Injury ended Alan's career at the age of 24 in 1990. He trained to become an Anglican vicar, leading churches in Chadwell Heath, Buckhurst Hill, Loughton and (briefly) Chelmsford. Alan now leads St Johns Church in Walthamstow, East London. (Scored in two of Leyton Orient's record joint three record win's against Colchester and Rochdale)




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Comfort, Alan I often wondered what became of the school boy wonder footballer, Alan Comfort. I first played against him when we both performed above our years for our respective junior schools. We met twice in school cup finals, only I was on the loosing side on each of those occasions Later we played in the same district team although Alan was in the A team whilst I in the B. During secondary school we frequently met on the football pitch but on opposing sides. Our teams were much more evenly matched on these occasions but thankfully I didn't find myself marking Alan. Interesting to see Alan's career progression although I never would have expected him to have become a reverend. Good luck Alan.
25-09-20Ian Reeder

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