William John "Jack" Crayston ( October 9, 1910 – December 1992) was an English football player and manager. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jack Crayston"
Jimmy Sirrel (born February 22nd 1922) is a former football player and subsequent manager most noted for his success as manager at Notts County. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Sirrel"
Len Shackleton, born on 3 May, 1922 in Bradford, was a great British footballer of the post- World War II period. He came to the attention of the talent scouts by scoring 166 goals in six years of wartime football at Bradford Park Avenue. In February, 1948, after less than two years with Newcastle United F.C., where he was transferred for £13,000, he was signed to Sunderland A.F.C. for a then-record fee of £20,000. Shackelton was adored by Sunderland fans and he was known to prefer Sunderland to his previous club, local rivals, Newcastle, once remarking: "I'm not biased against Newcastle - I don't care who beats them!" ...more on Wikipedia about "Len Shackleton"
Paddy Kenny (Fat Ken) May 17 1978 in Halifax) is an Irish football player, who currently stars as a goalkeeper for Sheffield United. He came to the Blades from Bury in 2002. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paddy Kenny"
Ron Greenwood CBE (born November 11, 1921) was manager of the English national football team from 1977 until 1982. He was previously the highly successful manager of West Ham United, who under his reign won the FA Cup in 1964 and the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1965. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ron Greenwood"
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