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Sid Tickridge

Sid Tickridge

Clubs played for: Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Brentford (1946-1956)

Born: 1923

Birthplace: Stepney

Position: Full-back

Biography: Moved to Stamford Bridge for £10,000 in March 1951 after losing his place in the Spurs team to Alf Ramsey. He proved to be a more than useful signing, providing stability to an otherwise suspect defence. In four years at the Bridge, he played over 70 games before ending his career as a player in west London with Brentford. His entire football career had been spent in the capital and this trend continued with a spell as assistant trainer at Millwall, before returning to White Hart Lane as trainer to the youth team. It was here that he earned a reputation for being very effective in bringing on young players. Died in 1997

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