Lee, Bob

Bob Lee

Bob Lee

Clubs played for: Leicester City, Doncaster Rovers, Sunderland, Bristol Rovers, Carlisle United Southampton, Darlington (1972-1983)

Born: 1953


Position: forward

Biography: Now living in Lincolnshire and successfully involved with property development.

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Lee, Bob Coventry v Leicester on this day in the 1970s I put £1 to win on rag trade in the Grand National. I won £30, a lot of money in those days. The second half Bob Lee came on as substitute, he scored Leicester's second goal. As he jumped to score, on the big screen at Highfield Road, it came up Rag Trade wins the National. Double whammy, will never forget it.
05-08-23 David

Lee, Bob Bob scored a hat trick for Sunderland v WBA in 1977 & was instrumental in one of the greatest fights against relegation.

7 points at Christmas then an excellent run of 9 wins & 9 draws run which included 16 goals in 3 games.

Cheated out of it in the end on the last day.

Bob was a great striker & a nice guy by all accounts.
02-04-22 Peter Holmes

Lee, Bob Went to school with Bob. So where is he now? Would love to meet up again.
14-05-21 John Ringham

Lee, Bob Played with Bob at Melton Mowbray upper school in early 60s. Me and brother remember how good he was.
25-04-21 Andy Gamble

Lee, Bob Played with Bob Lee as a youth player at Blaby Boys Club in the late 60s early 70s we also played on Monday nights in the midlands floodlite league for Notts County. Also played in the Leicestershire County youth side U 18 s. Charlie Adam ex LCFC player was the coach/manager. Bob was a great centre forward.
08-01-21 Paul Holyland

Lee, Bob Bob has just been out to mend my brother's door. Absolute gent.
20-11-20 Tony Peters

Lee, Bob Bob Lee Forward (83-86) Signed on a free transfer from Darlington. Previously with Leicester City, Sunderland, Doncaster Rovers, Bristol Rovers and Carlisle which brought 67 goals from 250 outings. Top scorer in 84/85 and voted "Player of the Year". He will always be remembered by Boston fans as the striker who headed the last-minute winner that took Boston to Wembley in the FA Trophy semi-final against Altrincham in 1985. Took over the running of a public house in Loughborough in 1985. Born 2/2/1953 in Melton Mowbray.

31-08-20 David Barnett

LEE, Bob I saw Bob Lee score one of the best goals ever ..I swear he leapt like a salmon! Big Bob Lee!

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