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Leeds' All Time Greats: No 5 Frank Gray

10 Feb 2010 00:07:52

Leeds' All Time Greats: No 5 Frank Gray

Eddie's younger brother made close to 400 appearances, almost unnoticed. Frank Gray (1971-79 & 1981-85) 404 apps, 35 goals A very reliable full back and sometime midfield player, Eddie's brother was all unfussy efficiency and, to this memory, the slow side of shuffling. That said, he was positively fuel-injected when compared with the steadily deflating space hopper that was Ian Harte. Gray never let Leeds down, though, and kept a rock-steady beat before going to Nottingham Forest to win the European Cup. Allan Clarke re-signed him for Leeds and he made around 400 appearances, almost unnoticed. Personal informationFull nameFrancis Tierney GrayDate of birth27 October 1954 (1954-10-27) (age 55)Place of birth   Glasgow, ScotlandPlaying positionLeft-backClub informationCurrent clubBasingstoke Town (manager)Senior career1YearsClubApp (Gls)*1972-19791979-19811981-19851985-19891989-1992Leeds UnitedNottingham ForestLeeds UnitedSunderlandDarlington193 (17)081 0(5)139 (10)146 0(8)085 0(8)   National team1976-1983Scotland032 0(1)Teams managed1991-19922005-200620062007-20082008-DarlingtonFarnborough TownGrays AthleticWokingBasingstoke Town1 Senior club appearances and goalscounted for the domestic league only.* Appearances (Goals)


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