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Rodney Marsh Photo hand signed Framed

£35.00
SKU: 1752

Football Autograph Rodney Marsh Signed 12x8 inch Photograph
The Frame is a Black frame with a White Template and measures 14x10

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This has been purchased from a Chaucer auction site and every single one of Chaucers autographs is a genuine hand-signed piece and will come with a unique certificate of authenticity. Each one is hand signed and guaranteed authentic

on the back is
Rodney Marsh
Personal information
Full name Rodney William Marsh
Date of birth 11 October 1944 (age 75)
Place of birth Hatfield, England
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Playing position Forward
Youth career
1959–1960 West Ham United
1960–1962 Fulham
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1962–1966 Fulham
63 (22)
1966–1972 Queens Park Rangers
211 (106)
1972–1976 Manchester City
118 (36)
1976 Cork Hibernians
3 (1)
1976–1979 Tampa Bay Rowdies
94 (48)
1976–1977 → Fulham (loan)
16 (5)
1986–1987 Tampa Bay Rowdies (indoor)
Total 505 (218)
National team
1968 England U23
3 (4)
1971–1973 England
9 (1)
Teams managed
1980 New York United
1980–1983 Carolina Lightnin'
1984–1986 Tampa Bay Rowdies
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Rodney William Marsh
born 11 October 1944 is an English former footballer and football coach; he later worked as a broadcaster. A forward, he won nine caps for England between 1971 and 1973, scoring one international goal.
Brought up in the East End of London, he played youth football for West Ham United before he made his professional debut with Fulham in March 1963. He scored 22 goals in 63 First Division games before falling out with the management and taking a £15,000 transfer to Queens Park Rangers in March 1966. He helped the club to the 1967 League Cup and to consecutive promotions through the Third Division and Second Division. In March 1972 he was sold to Manchester City for £200,000. He featured in the 1974 League Cup final defeat but his time in Manchester was largely disappointing and he left the UK the following year to play for American club Tampa Bay Rowdies.
He had a successful career with the Rowdies and went on to coach the club from 1984 to 1986 after previously having brief spells coaching New York United and the Carolina Lightnin'. In the 1990s he began work as a broadcaster on Sky Sports, before he was sacked in January 2005. Since that time he has appeared on numerous reality television shows, and helped to run a US-based property development company with his son.
Early life
Marsh was born in Hatfield, Hertfordshire to Lilian Dredge– a housewife – and William Marsh – a docker He grew up in Palatine Road, Stoke Newington, and in fact his mother only spent a few days in Hertfordshire so as to avoid going into labour during the Blitz. He had a rough upbringing as a child, particularly with his father, and in his autobiography said that this tough upbringing left him emotionally traumatised His father came from an even more violent family himself, and was partially crippled at the age of 19 after being attacked by his father with a hammer. An only child, he described his family as "incredibly poor", and until the age of 11 he slept in the corner of his parent's bedroom – the family shared a three-storey house with two other families and the only other room they had was a living room. He attended Arsenal matches at Highbury with his father, and also went along to see reserve team matches. The family's poverty came to an end just as Marsh was beginning his professional football career – his father helped the landlord to fill out his weekly pool coupon, and the landlord had a massive win shortly before his death and left the house to Marsh's father in his will.He played alongside Ron "Chopper" Harris for Hackney Schools, and scored all three goals as Hackney won the schools national championship. His father secured him a trial for the West Ham United under-16s, and he impressed enough to land himself a place in the academy However he was released after ten months by Wally St Pier, who let Marsh go so as to open up a place on the youth team for Geoff Hurst. Soon before his sixteenth birthday, Marsh was spotted by scout Bill Brown, who offered him a place in Fulham's youth programme.

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