Albert Cheesebrough English footballer
Albert Cheesebrough is a 85 years old English footballer from Burnley. Albert Cheesebrough was born on January 17, 1935 (died on September 02, 2020, he was 85 years old) in Burnley.
Albert Cheesebrough is an English former footballer. A forward he scored 88 goals in 345 leagues games over a sixteen-year professional career in the Football League. Turning professional with Burnley in 1951 he spent the next eight years at the club making 158 appearances in league and cup competitions. Signing with Leicester City in 1959 he went on to play for the Foxes in the 1961 FA Cup Final.
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No, he died on 09/02/2020, 1 year ago. He was 85 years old when he died. He died in Southport
|Team||Match/Point||Start||End||Age at that time|
|Burnley F.C.||1951||1959||15 years He was 15 years old.|
|Mansfield Town F.C.||1965||1967||29 years He was 29 years old.|
|Leicester City F.C.||1959||1963||23 years He was 23 years old.|
|England national under-21 football team||1956||1956||20 years He was 20 years old.|
|Port Vale F.C.||1963||1965||27 years He was 27 years old.|
Albert Cheesebrough zodiac sign was capricorn.
Other facts about Albert Cheesebrough
|Position||Forward (association football)|
|Team||Leicester City F.C., Mansfield Town F.C., England national under-21 football team, Port Vale F.C., Burnley F.C.|
|Family name||Cheesebrough. Show people with the surname Cheesebrough|
|Country of citizenship||United Kingdom|
|Position played on team / speciality||Forward|
|Place of birth||Burnley|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||English|
|Place of death||Southport|
|Date of death||2020-09-02T00:00:00Z|