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Full name  Robert John Bolder
1983–1985  Liverpool
Place of birth  Dover, England
Name  Bob Bolder

Years  Team
Role  Footballer
1977–1983  Sheffield Wednesday
Playing position  Goalkeeper
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Date of birth  (1958-10-02) 2 October 1958 (age 57)
Similar People  Gary Gillespie, John Wark, Phil Neal

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Robert John "Bob" Bolder (born 2 October 1958) is an English former footballer who played as a goalkeeper.

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He started his career with local team Dover F.C. before moving to Sheffield Wednesday at the age of just 19. He played over 200 games whilst at Hillsborough. In 1983, he started a two-year stint as back-up for Bruce Grobbelaar at Liverpool. He won the European Cup in 1984, being placed on the substitutes bench in the final.

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He left Liverpool in 1985 for a brief spell with Sunderland before joining Charlton Athletic a year later. He established himself as first choice 'keeper for the Addicks for seven years. He was forced to retire from professional football in 1993 and had spells in non-league football with Dagenham & Redbridge and Margate. He has since returned to Charlton as part of their work in the community scheme. He regularly plays in goal for the Liverpool Masters team.

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Honours

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Liverpool
  • Football League First Division (1): 1983–84
  • League Cup (1): 1983–84
  • European Cup (1): 1983–84
  • References

    Bob Bolder Wikipedia


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