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Alun Evans

Alun Evans

Clubs played for: Wolverhampton Wanderers, Los Angeles Wolves (guest), Liverpool, Aston Villa, Walsall, South Melbourne, Morwell Falcons (1964-1983)

Born: 1949

Birthplace: Kidderminster

Died:

Position: Striker

Biography: Son of the former West Brom Left-half of the same name, Alun became Britain's first 100,000 teenage footballer when he was sold by Wolves to Liverpool in 1968. Also played for Aston Villa and Walsall before trying his luck in the America and then Australia, quitting soccer in 1980. Now lives near Melbourne in Australia where he has worked as a used car salesman, delivery driver at a fish market, and painter and decorator. Returned to the UK to live in Lancashire, where has represented the county over-50's cricket team!(Played for Liverpool in the 1971 FA Cup final)

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Evans, Alun Alun Evans, lives in Melbourne Australia, when retired from football he became a painter and decorator, working around Melbourne, I have talked to him many times in the pub and is a very nice person
18-10-19 wal

Evans, Alun As a walsall FC fan in the 70s/80s I remember alum Evans scoring the only goal of the game in 1-0 FA Cup win at home to Leicester city.
04-10-19 Malcolm Scott

Evans, Alun Loved that guy. Just before coming to Liverpool Wolves came to Anfield and he starred with he great Derek Dougan. Played an immense one two with The Doog and I swear that was the reason he was signed !! Great memories. Good luck Alun.....
30-08-19 Colin Wright

Evans, Alun Remember Alun as a youth trialist at Aston Villa early 60's. Great little player then.When we finished training at old Trinity Road training ground,walking back to Villa Park all the young school kids went after Alun for his autograph thinking (because of his crewcut hair) he was Phil Woosnams brother

17-07-19 Les Siviter

Evans, Alun I remember Alun playing for Aston Villa in the early 70's.He was quite a classy player who never got the recognition he truly deserved. I believe he now lives in Kidderminster, West Midlands.


Evans, Alun I have some really fond memories of the time I spent playing with Alun in Australia. It would be great to get back in touch to reminisce about the times we had. Could anyone put me in contact please?


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