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John Anderson (footballer, born 1937)

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Name  John Anderson
1957–1961  Stoke City

Years  Team
Playing position  Winger
Role  Footballer
John Anderson (footballer, born 1937) John Anderson footballer born 1972 Wikipedia
Full name  John Hugh Todd Anderson
Date of birth  (1937-01-11) 11 January 1937 (age 78)

Place of birth  Johnstone, Scotland

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John Hugh Todd Anderson (born 11 January 1937) is a Scottish-born former footballer who played in the Football League for Stoke City and represented the Australian national team five times in full international matches.

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Career

Anderson was born in Johnstone and played for local side Johnstone Burgh. In 1957 he joined Stoke City and he made an instant impact scoring on his debut against Rotherham United in September 1957. However Anderson was used as a back up during his four-year spell at the Victoria Ground making 24 appearances scoring twice.

In the mid-1960s after a spell back in Scotland with Greenock Morton and Third Lanark he moved to Australia to play with South Melbourne where he came to the notice of the Australian selectors. He eventually played eight matches for the Socceroos, five of which were full internationals.

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