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Clive Whitehead

Clive Whitehead

Clubs played for: Bristol City, West Bromwich Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Portsmouth, Exeter City. (1973-1990).

Born: 1955

Birthplace: Northfield, Birmingham

Position: Utility player

Biography: Birmingham born midfielder who had made almost 400 league appearances for Bristol City and West Brom before bringing his experience to the Pompey team in 1987. He joined on a free transfer and during his two years at the club proved to be a valuable asset, being able to play in a number of positions before leaving for Exeter City in 1989. Became manager of Yeovil Town, returned to Bristol City as Reserve/Youth coach and then joined the PFA as a financial advisor. Clive now works as a fully qualified Financial Adviser with Openwork. Helped Bristol City win promotion to the first division in 1976 scoring the promotion winning goal against Pompey!

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Whitehead, Clive Played for Claverdon F.C in the South Birmingham League. What a brilliant fast player scored 5 in his first game.
21-03-23 Trevor Boardman

Whitehead, Clive Landscaped his garden when playing for Pompey. Lived over near Bishops Waltham way I seem to think.
06-03-21 Mark Wright

Whitehead, Clive Used to see Clive in the West Bromwich Moat House after Albion home games
16-08-19 Gary Ditchfield

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