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Paul Walsh

Paul Anthony WALSH

Plumstead born Paul joined Charlton from school and was only 17 when he became the youngest player to net a hat-trick for the Addicks in a senior game.
Hard-up Charlton were forced to accept a £250,000 bid, plus Steve White, from top flight new boys Luton in 1982 and the seriously talented forward soon became a terrace hero at Kenilworth Road with his twisting runs, close control and goalscoring ability.
Sadly, a bid of £700,000 from Liverpool was accepted for the, by now, England international in 1984 and he went on to grace Anfield for almost four years during which time he picked up a League championship medal. Moving on to Tottenham where he won an FA Cup winners medal, he then signed twice for Portsmouth with a spell at Manchester City sandwiched in between.
Paul’s playing career ended with a knee injury in 1996 and he is now a pundit on Sky TV.

Player

Appearances

League appearances

80

Non-League appearances

0

FAC appearances

4

FLC appearances

5

Other

0

Total

89

Goals

League goals

24

Non-League goals

0

FAC goals

3

FLC goals

1

Other

0

Total

28

Related Matches

West Bromwich Albion

3

Luton Town

0
1983/1984 Football League
Match Report

Luton Town

0

Stoke City

1
1983/1984 Football League
Match Report

Coventry City

2

Luton Town

2
1983/1984 Football League
Match Report
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