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Pat O'Connell (footballer)

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Playing position  Winger
Team  Apps
Years  Team
Apps  (Gls)
Date of birth  (1937-09-13) 13 September 1937 (age 79)
Place of birth  Kensington, London, England

Pat O'Connell (born 13 September 1937) is a former English footballer who played as a half back or winger. He started his career as a junior at Fulham, for whom he made his professional debut in 1958. He spent eight years at Fulham, playing 156 league matches and scoring 26 goals. He moved to Crystal Palace in 1966, where he played for a single season, making 21 appearances in the league and scoring 2 goals. In 1968 he moved to Canada to play for Vancouver Royals.

After his playing career he went on to manage Epsom & Ewell from 1973 until 1982. During his time there he went on to win the Surrey Senior League, division two of the Isthmian League and took the club to the first final of the FA Vase.

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