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Carlton Palmer

Carlton Palmer

Clubs played for: Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion, Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds United, Southampton, Nottingham Forest, Coventry City, Watford (loan), Sheffield Wednesday (loan), Stockport County, Dublin City, Mansfield Town, Staveley Miners Welfare (1984-2013)

Born: 1965

Birthplace: Rowley Regis

Died:

Position: Midfielder

Biography: Lanky combative midfielder with 18 England caps played for Saints for just over a year was player-manager of Stockport County between 2001 and 2003, and then was appointed manager of Mansfield Town in 2004. Since his resignation in 2005 he has worked as a television football pundit. He owns the Dam House in Sheffield and runs the Carlton Palmer Football Academy in the Dubai and also works for the Repton School.




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Palmer, Carlton What a formidable midfield we had, with Carlton on the left and Robert Hopkins on the right..We were at Boundary Park when they took Oldham apart...Hopkins scored a screamer from 35 yards. The Albion end was full, so we sneeked in with the Oldham fans in the stands....we spent the game drinking hot chocolate with brandy in it...it was very cold...which I happened to have concealed about my presence.


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