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Ritchie Reynolds

Ritchie Reynolds

Clubs played for: Plymouth Argyle, Portsmouth. (1964-1975).

Born: 1948

Birthplace: Looe

Position: Striker/Midfielder

Biography: The former Plymouth hitman might never have played for Pompey had he not chosen the security of a two year contract instead of a shorter deal being offered by Manchester City. He put pen to paper in June 1971 and only took a week to bag his first goal for the club. He ended the season as top scorer and winner of the Player of the Year award. During his stay he was paired with a variety of striking partners but had to endure relegation and was finally released in 1976. Played in Holland and America before managing local teams Chichester City and Petersfield. Having always been a passionate race-goer, he set up a company selling shares in race horses. This has led to ownership of such fine names as: Fratton Park, Play Up Pompey, Star of Pompey, and even Blue Army.

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