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Years  Team
Name  Alan Dugdale
1969-1977  Coventry City
Role  Football player

1977-1979  Charlton Athletic
Height  1.73 m
1979  → Barnsley (loan)
Playing position  Defender
Alan Dugdale Alan Dugdales Time in Football and David Peters Too Coventry
Date of birth  (1952-09-11) 11 September 1952 (age 63)
Place of birth  Kirkby, Liverpool, England

Coventry City 1 Arsenal 1 fa Cup 1974-75 season


Alan Dugdale (born 11 September 1952 in Liverpool) is an English retired professional football central defender. He spent most of his career in England with one season in the North American Soccer League.

Alan Dugdale Alan DUGDALE League appearances Coventry City FC

In 1969, Dugdale began his career with Coventry City. In 1970, he was part of the Coventry City youth team which lost the championship to Tottenham Hotspur. Dugdale did not break into the first team until 1974 and transferred to Charlton Athletic in October 1977 for ₤ 50,000. In the fall of 1979, he signed with the Tulsa Roughnecks as it prepared for the 1979–1980 North American Soccer League indoor season. He then played the entire 1980 and six games of the 1981 outdoor seasons. His uncle Jimmy Dugdale had an extensive career in the Football League., while his brother Ken Dugdale was manager of the New Zealand national team.

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Alan Dugdale Wikipedia


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