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Chris Crowe

Position Inside right
Born 11 Jun 1939, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (England)
Height 171 cm
Weight 75 kg
International Caps England: 1 full

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Leeds United 01 Jun 1956 08 Mar 1960 98 27 £25000
Blackburn Rovers 08 Mar 1960 14 Feb 1962 51 6 £28000
Wolverhampton Wanderers 14 Feb 1962 01 Aug 1964 83 24 £30000
Nottingham Forest 01 Aug 1964 01 Jan 1967 73 12 £15000
Bristol City 01 Jan 1967 01 Sep 1969 67 13 £1000
Walsall 01 Sep 1969 01 Jun 1970 13 1  

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1956 - 1957 132 0  0  0  0 
1957 - 1958 192 1  0  0  0 
1958 - 1959 3512 1  0  0  0 
1959 - 1960 2811 1  0  0  0 
Total 9527 3  0  0  0 

Jabba's Comments

Pacy winger who was a regular in the Leeds side in the late 1950s. Jack Taylor let him leave the club in 1960, and he went from strength to strength, winning his only England cap in 1963 while at Wolves. He had a spell playing down under, before retiring from the game to run a pub in Leeds. He briefly came out of retirement to play for non-league Bath City in 1971. Chris died in 2003.

Chris Crowe says: My name is also Chris Crowe

Anon says: My hero! The first Wolves player whose name I knew - when we played football in the playground, I was always Chris Crowe. RIP.

Brian Macnamara says: If this is the Chris Crowe that I'm thinking about did he not go to school in Edinburgh? I remember him when I was at St. John's primary in Portobello.

Anon says: I remember seeing Chris Crowe play for Nottingham Forest. He was transfer listed by them and responded by scoring a hattrick in his next game. But the manager still kept him on the list.

Fredward Copernicus says: Chris was a great guy. I remember seeing Chris play for Nottingham Forest. HE was a great player. I can't believe he has passed away.


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