Phil Chisnall

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Re: Phil Chisnall
Reply posted by Mark Lee
The only player to my knowledge ever to have been transferred directly from Man Utd to Liverpool (mid to late 60's) lived and as far as I know still lives in Davyhulme
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Reply posted by John Chapman
I remember Phil Chisnall playing for Dover Park, a local team where my dad was manager in the fifties. He was the 'star' but other players of note were Les Lea, who played for Blackpool later between Matthews and Mortensen, and Rod Watson who signed for Bury. I remember hearing that if someone managed to get the ball of Les Lea, it became a talking point for weeks. My brother David also played for Dover Park.
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Reply posted by Pete Gardner
With reference to Mark Lee's comments, if I remember correctly Phil was transferred from United to Southend. he attended English Martyrs Primary School in the '50s. He moved back to Davyhulme in the late '60s when he bought his parents' house on Kingsway Park. His brother, Willie, was in my class at school and I lived next door to the family for a couple of years.
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Reply posted by paul barton
i used to play football with phil at english martyer,s school in mid 1950,s.he was transfered to liverpool in 64 then went to southend.
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Reply posted by Pat Carnaby
Phil still lives in Davyhulme and remains happily married. He has worked at Soreen near Asda for some years.
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Reply posted by Michael Atkin - Melb. Australia
Was in the same class as Phil Chisnall at English Martyrs in late forties, early fifties. Always a good football player, as was Mike Barton.
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Reply posted by Doug
Was his brother a milkman ?
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