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Vince Radcliffe

Vince Radcliffe

Clubs played for: Portsmouth, Peterborough United , Rochdale, King's Lynn, Western Suburbs (1963-1974)

Born: 1945

Birthplace: Manchester

Position: Defender

Biography: Centre-half Radcliffe first signed up as a fifteen year old in 1960 and was primarilly used as understudy to Jimmy Dickinson. He made the bulk of his appearances when Jim was rested but a broken leg sustained in a match against Southampton in 1964 meant a long period out of the side and ultimately his release. Played for Peterborough and won promotion from the fourth division with Rochdale before retiring in 1968. Emigrated to Australia in 1973 and has been involved with the game 'down under' ever since. Having played, coached and managed, he then moved into an administrative role with local club Inglewood United, who are based in Perth.

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