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Hugh Curran

Hugh Curran

Clubs played for: Third Lanark, Millwall, Norwich City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Oxford United, Bolton Wanderers, Oxford United (1962-1978).





Biography: Former Manchester United apprentice, who went on to win five Scottish caps whilst with Wolves. Retired through injury in March 1979 and returned to his native Scotland. He ran his own hairdressing business in his native Carstairs and later spent periods running shops, and a hotel (in Lanarkshire). After moving to Oxfordshire, he ran pubs (in Horton-cum-Studley and Islip) and currently works at a park and ride service in Thornhill, Oxfordshire Fairs Cup Finalist with Wolves in 1972)

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Curran, Hugh Boyhood hero of mine while at Norwich City. Even named by dog “Hughie” after him.
03-01-19 Richard

Curran, Hugh I first met Hugh Curran just after he left third Lanark he had just joined Corby town at the time he was real class to watch him play at Corby town he soon went back into league football it was a pleasure to meet him
21-12-18 William Sinclair

Curran, Hugh During the 1963/64 season Hugh played in the Southern League for Corby Town. He supplemented his football earnings by working as an industrial window cleaner by day and singing in local pubs in the evenings. He joined Millwall for ????3,000 in March, 1964.

Curran, Hugh Hugh was a godsend for Norwich City. Very well built and loved to get in were it hurt. Never shirked in the penalty area we were sad to see him leave Norwich. Did not suffer many injuries at City but i belive he did near the end of his career.

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