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Tony Young

Tony Young

Clubs played for: Manchester United, Charlton Athletic, York City, Runcorn (1969-1978)

Born: 1952


Position: Full-back

Biography: He became a regular in Tommy Docherty's struggling side of 1972-1973. He started in midfield before moving to right back where he took the place of Tommy O'Neill. He lost his place midway through the relegation season when Stewart Houston was signed. He only played 15 games when United returned to the First Division, enough to win a medal but he was later released on a free transfer and spent eight months at Charlton. Lives in Runcorn and has worked at Manchester Airport.

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Young, Tony Was my best mate at school. Would love to see him again for a catch up and a pint.
08-08-23 Russell Mckee

Young, Tony Hope Tony’s good. Are you still in contact with Russ Thornton,if you are hope he’s good. We had some good nights at the Salford Dogs. Hope you remember me. Len
20-06-21 Len Drury

Young, Tony Met Tony last night have a few photos with him, lovely bloke and nothing but friendly to me and my girlfriend

Young, Tony In the early eighties, Tony and his wife Julie ran the Bulls Head pub in Handforth, Chelsea. He, his brother and father were all huge greyhounds fans.
25-03-21 Steve

Young, Tony We were good friends, going to greyhound races and a night club in Manchester called Annabel. Love to hear from him.
24-03-21 Rita Whyte

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