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Howard Kendall

Howard Kendall

Clubs played for: Preston North End, Everton, Birmingham City, Stoke City, Blackburn Rovers, Everton. (1962-1981).

Born: 1946

Birthplace: Ryton, County Durham

Died: 2015

Position: Midfielder

Biography: Kendall became an overnight sensation when becoming the youngest player to appear in an FA Cup final in 1964. Enjoyed major success as Everton boss has since taken control of a number of other clubs including Manchester City and Sheffield United, is now an after-dinner speaker and newspaper columnist.




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Kendall, Howard I recall Howard's playing days at St Andrews. He was a class act. I moved north in the 70's and was told about Howard's skill as a church organist! Apparently, he played the organ at a local Methodist Church when he was in his teens - quite an achievement.


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