Clubs played for: Chelsea, Brentford, Southend United (loan), Southall (1972-1984)
Biography: The eldest of four footballing brother's, Graham was a full back with good technique. Made his debut as a 17 year-old against Ipswich on Boxing Day 1972 but a broken leg at Old Trafford a week later lost him nine months of his footballing career. Competition from Gary Locke then restricted his chances but he plugged away. His effort was rewarded when he became first choice Left-back in Eddie McCreadie's 1976/77 promotion winning side until being replaced by John Sparrow in the closing weeks of the season. The arrival of Dennis Rofe effectively ended his chances of a regular place but he stayed at the club for another two seasons before leaving for Brentford. Was forced to quit after a broken leg, then started to work for British Airways at Heathrow Terminal Four, he also buys and sells houses.
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