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Alec Lindsay

Alec Lindsay

Clubs played for: Bury, Liverpool, Stoke City, Oakland Stompers, Toronto Blizzard (1965-1979)

Born: 1948

Birthplace: Bury

Position: Full-back

Biography: Won four England caps before becoming a publican and then had an interest in a country sports business in the Scottish Borders.

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Lindsay, Alec Alec Lindsay is my dad's cousin, and through the years I’ve tried to get in touch through the club to find out where he is but I haven’t had a response. My Dad and my brother still to this day support Liverpool. I’d love for them to meet, any help would be appreciated.
31-10-21 Stacey Lindsay

Lindsay, Alec I remember Alec Lindsay running the Foundry Arms. I lived round the corner from the pub on Sandersons Croft. I also knew Steve Heighway very well in the 1980s. Big name from the Liverpool team.
02-03-21 Marian Hindley

Lindsay, Alec I was related to him , he was my dad's cousin got a few photos with me and his England caps and FA cup.medal in his home town Bury.
07-09-20 Alex lindsay

Alec I knew Alec in The 73 75 years used to have a pint or two in The Oak Tree Newton Le Willows, it's near Leigh and Bury. Had a couple of get togethers at his house when he lived near Winwick. Great guy, I gave him a silver ring with a provocative couple on it lol . All the best to you Alec wherever you are
31-08-20 Brian Connell

Lindsay, Alec My childhood friend Susan Bradbury and myself used to play with Alec when we were teenagers. We regularly played kick can. We all lived on Dicky Bird estate. I remember Alec always had dreams of being a footballer. So good to see he achieved his ambition.
25-08-20 Jacqueline Hodgkinson

Lindsay, Alec Born in Bury and lived in the 'dicky bird' estate area. I think his parents may have lived in the Bolton Road area of Bury at some point. Alec Lindsay ran a pub in Leigh, Lancashire called the Foundry Arms during the 1990's. I don't know any more since then.

LINDSAY, Alec I remember Alec Lindsay being at Stoke for a while towards the end of the 1970s. Still a decent player at the time. Scored quite a few goals for a full back.
William Jones

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