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Harold Bratt

Harold Bratt

Clubs played for: Manchester United, Doncaster Rovers (1957-1963).




Biography: Joined United as a highly promising amateur at the aged of 15 following a sparkling schoolboy career. In 1956-1957 he was part of the FA Youth Cup winning side playing both legs at Left-Half-back in the 8-2 victory over West Ham. He made his only first team appearance in the shock League Cup defeat at the hands of Bradford City in November 1960. But at the end of the same season, he was allowed to leave for Doncaster Rovers after failing to break into the team again. Joined the Greater Manchester Police after hanging up his boots until an injury caused his early retirement. Now lives in Salford.

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Bratt, Harold Only just read this and it fills me with sadness. He was a real gentleman and helped me tremendously when I was a police cadet in GMP in 1978/79. He singlehanded said the best thing anyone has ever said to me in my sporting life. I wish I had made more of an effort to contact him. He had a partner in crime called Rob Lofthouse does anyone know what happened to him.
12-01-22 Keith Robinson

Bratt, Harold He was my PT instructor when I was a police cadet in 1974. A great man.

06-09-20 Stephen Bardsley

Bratt, Harold So sad to hear about the news.
Hadge was my instructor during 1978/1980 when I was a Greater Manchester Police Cadet. He was a great man, brilliant instructor and taught me a lot at the early stages of my Police career.
17-07-19 Bill Morrow

Bratt, Harold This gentleman passed away on the 8th Oct 2018.
01-11-18 Tracey Annette

Bratt, Harold Sadly Harold passed away on 8th October 2018, his 79th birthday.
01-11-18 Andrew Taylor

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