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Ray Hankin

Ray Hankin

Clubs played for: Burnley, Leeds United, Middlesborough, Peterborough United, Wolverhampton Wanderers. (1972-1984)

Born: 1956

Birthplace: Wallsend

Position: Centre-forward

Biography: Ray had spells as manager of Northallerton Town, then Darlington. Was a football in the Community officer based at Newcastle United until leaving and taking the club to an industrial tribunal in 2008. Now works as a support worker to disabled, vulnerable individuals. See: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ray-Hankin/120443574678443?sk=wall

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Hankin, Ray Hi Ray, I often wonder how and where you are these days , we had some smashing times in and around Bardsey, in the late 1970s with Arthur and TC etc . Best Regards Mick .
14-05-23 Michael Rowlands

Hankin, Ray Hi Ray. I remember Ray sometimes playing at The Posh in the early 80’s until he was sent off quite a lot then suspended lol. Smashing bloke though. Hope you’re keeping well Ray!
01-02-21 Joel Edwards

Hankin, Ray Hi Ray. You lived with my husband David's mum in Burnley. How ru?

HANKIN, Ray Played a few games of cricket with Ray for Great Ayton Old Scholars about 27 years ago. Ray wasn't an old scholar (of the Friends School GA) and neither was I. In fact, only one player in the team - David French - was. Ray was delightful company. Full of fun, down to Earth and, surprisingly, not in the least bit competitive. What a smashing bloke!
Garry Bastin

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