Games he played in 1946-1947

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07 September Chelsea League 0 View report
11 September Manchester United League 0 View report
14 September Bolton Wanderers League 0 View report
21 September Everton League 0 View report
05 October Grimsby Town League 0 View report
09 October Middlesbrough League 0 View report
12 October Charlton Athletic League 0 View report
19 October Huddersfield Town League 0 View report
26 October Brentford League 0 View report
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16 November Derby League 0 View report
23 November Arsenal League 0 View report
07 December Wolves League 0 View report
14 December Sunderland League 0 View report
21 December Aston Villa League 0 View report
25 December Stoke City League 0 View report
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28 December Sheffield United League 0 View report
04 January Chelsea League 0 View report
11 January Walsall FA Cup 0 View report
18 January Bolton Wanderers League 0 View report
25 January Grimsby Town FA Cup 0 View report
29 January Everton League 0 View report
01 February Leeds United League 0 View report
08 February Derby FA Cup 0 View report
12 February Grimsby Town League 0 View report
22 February Huddersfield Town League 0 View report
01 March Birmingham City FA Cup 0 View report
08 March Blackburn Rovers League 0 View report
15 March Portsmouth League 0 View report
22 March Derby League 0 View report
29 March Burnley FA Cup 0 View report
12 April Burnley FA Cup 0 View report
19 April Sunderland League 0 View report
26 April Aston Villa League 0 View report
03 May Manchester United League 0 View report
10 May Charlton Athletic League 0 View report
17 May Brentford League 0 View report

Sir Bob quote

"It was 1977 and Liverpool had reached their first European Cup Final. I was working for the BBC and had this idea of filming the mass Liverpudlian exodus to Rome. In his own words Bob thought it 'was a bloody good idea'. I then expanded and explained how the BBC was forking out £3,000 worth of expenditure on the project and in return it would be good if we could film in the dressing room. 'There's no problem with that,' was his reply. My only problem now was the Italian FA, who refused me entry into the stadium. 'Just leave it to me,' said Bob. 'Kevin Keegan can carry the cameras, Emlyn Hughes the lights and Phil Neal whatever else. You put on a tracksuit and wear the number 14 shirt underneath.'

So off we went on the team coach to the Olympic Stadium and into the marble floored dressing room. It was not long though before the Italian officials began to smell a rat and so to put them off the scent Bob ordered me to take a walk around the pitch with the rest of the players and wave to the fans! When the time arrived for the team to walk out I followed them in single file out of the tunnel and onto the pitch. I then took my place alongside Bob, Ronnie Moran and the Liverpool subs on the bench, having to pinch myself that this was really happening. Watching such a momentous match as that from the touchline next to Bob was an unbelievable experience."

Stuart Hall - esteemed TV and radio journalist

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