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Full Name: John McPhee
Normal Position: Defender
Born: 21/11/1937(Motherwell)
Died: 04/01/2015




Statistics include the following competitions
FA Cup , FA Trophy , Football League Cup, League, PLAY OFFS , Welsh Cup,

Season Apps Subs Goals
1972/1973 4401
1971/1972 4700
Total 91 0 1

Last 10 games where player was named on the team sheet

Date Competition Venue Opponents Score
28/04/1973 LeagueA BRADFORD CITY 2 - 0
23/04/1973 LeagueH HARTLEPOOL 1 - 1
21/04/1973 LeagueA GILLINGHAM 0 - 2
18/04/1973 LeagueA CREWE ALEXANDRA 2 - 0
14/04/1973 LeagueH LINCOLN CITY 1 - 0
07/04/1973 LeagueA WORKINGTON 0 - 2
30/03/1973 LeagueH STOCKPORT COUNTY 1 - 0
24/03/1973 LeagueA TORQUAY UNITED 0 - 2
21/03/1973 LeagueA LINCOLN CITY 1 - 3
16/03/1973 LeagueH READING 4 - 1

Last 10 games where player started

Date Competition Venue Opponents Score
28/04/1973 LeagueA BRADFORD CITY 2 - 0
23/04/1973 LeagueH HARTLEPOOL 1 - 1
21/04/1973 LeagueA GILLINGHAM 0 - 2
18/04/1973 LeagueA CREWE ALEXANDRA 2 - 0
14/04/1973 LeagueH LINCOLN CITY 1 - 0
07/04/1973 LeagueA WORKINGTON 0 - 2
30/03/1973 LeagueH STOCKPORT COUNTY 1 - 0
24/03/1973 LeagueA TORQUAY UNITED 0 - 2
21/03/1973 LeagueA LINCOLN CITY 1 - 3
16/03/1973 LeagueH READING 4 - 1

Last 10 Games where player has scored

Date Competition Venue Opponents Score
22/09/1972LeagueH HEREFORD UNITED 2 - 0

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