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Alan Slough

Alan Peter SLOUGH

Luton born and bred, Alan had trials for Watford before the Hatters saw sense and in his eight years as a professional at Kenilworth Road he was part of the Town side that rose from Division Four to knocking on the door of Division One.

A cultured but tough tackling midfielder, who also scored his fair share of goals, Alan moved on to Fulham in 1973 when Luton manager Harry Haslam made it clear he wanted his own players in the side.  With Fulham, Alan played in the 1975 FA Cup final alongside Bobby Moore before transferring to Peterborough two years later where his main claim to fame was scoring a hat-trick of penalties in an away game at Chester – a Football League record.

Alan joined up with his old school pal Bruce Rioch as a coach at Torquay and still remains in the area having run his own coaching school.

Alan sadly passed away in March 2021 after a long illness.

Player

Appearances

League appearances

275

Non-League appearances

0

FAC appearances

16

FLC appearances

19

Other

2

Total

312

Goals

League goals

28

Non-League goals

0

FAC goals

2

FLC goals

2

Other

0

Total

32

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2

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0
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