Association football museums and halls of fame: English Football Hall of Fame, Football Hall of Fame (Australia) inductees

 
9781233113781: Association football museums and halls of fame: English Football Hall of Fame, Football Hall of Fame (Australia) inductees
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: English Football Hall of Fame, Football Hall of Fame (Australia) inductees, National Soccer Hall of Fame, Johnny Warren, List of Norwich City F.C. Hall of Fame members, Charles N. Perkins, Frank Farina, Rangers F.C. Hall of Fame, William Walkley, Robbie Slater, Graham Arnold, Gwladys Street's Hall of Fame, Scottish Football Hall of Fame, John Kosmina, National Football Museum, David Mitchell, Paul Wade, Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame, Eddie Krnčević, Eddie Thomson, Les Murray, Scotland national football team roll of honour, James Masters, Ron Smith, Adrian Alston, Milan Ivanović, John Walter Fletcher, Joe Marston, Peter Wilson, Mike Petersen, Gary Cole, Jimmy Rooney, Ralé Rašić, Ron Adair, Israeli Football Hall of Fame, Robert Zabica, Zoran Matić, Gillingham F.C. Hall of Fame, Basil Scarsella, Frank Arok, Les Scheinflug, Jimmy Mackay, George Keith, Manfred Schäfer, Reg Date, Attila Abonyi, Peter Ollerton, Jack Reilly, Harry Williams, Doug Utjesenovic, Arsenal Football Club Museum, Bob Bignall, Ray Baartz, Ernie Campbell, Norman Conquest, Charlie Stewart, Ron Lord, George Harris, Allan Maher, André Krüger, John Perin, Bob Telfer, Scottish Football Museum, Todd Clarke, Gary Byrne. Excerpt: John Norman Warren, MBE, OAM (17 May 1943 - 6 November 2004) was an Australian football (soccer) player, coach, administrator, writer and broadcaster. He was known as Captain Socceroo for his passionate work to promote the game in Australia. The award for the best player in the A-League is named the Johnny Warren Medal in his honour. Warren grew up in the suburb of Botany in Sydney and had two elder brothers, Geoff and Ross. He attended Cleveland St. High School, Botany, later becoming the school vice-captain. After playing junior football for Botany Methodists and Earlwood Wanderers Warren joined Canterbury-Marrickville as a fifteen ...

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