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Bobby Doyle (Scottish footballer)

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Name  Bobby Doyle

Role  Scottish footballer
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Robert "Bobby" Doyle (born 27 December 1953 in Dumbarton, Scotland) is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a central midfielder.

Doyle began his career at Barnsley before moving to Peterborough United in 1976. He moved to Blackpool F.C. in 1979, making 49 league appearances and scoring two goals, before joining Portsmouth in November 1980, winning the Third Division championship in 1983. A move to Hull City followed two years later where he established himself in midfield during the club's promotion bid in 1985-86, before a broken leg in a pre-season friendly ended his career.

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