Clubs played for: Chelsea, Birmingham City, Brighton, Peterborough United. (1961-1975)
Birthplace: Hoxton, London
Biography: An Outside-right when he came into the first team in October 1961 before being converted into a right back by Tommy Docherty and Dave Sexton. Established himself in the team at the expense of Peter Brabrook, to form a formidable partnership with Ken Shellito. He was even a dependable emergency goalkeeper when needed. Played in midfield when Docherty switched to a 4- 3-3 formation and his 17 goals in 1964- 1965 was the highest total from a winger since Dick Spence chipped in with 19 goals 30 years previously. A League Cup winner, he saw his saw his time at the club ended by the emergence of Peter Osgood and was sold to Birmingham City for £25,000. The former England under-23 international went onto become a publican at the White Horse and then the Bull in Market Deeping, Lincolnshire.
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