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|Full Name||Barry David Lloyd|
|Date of Birth||19 February 1949|
|Place of Birth||Uxbridge, England|
|Debut||10 April 1967|
|Games (goals)||10 (0)|
|Other clubs|| Fulham|
Barry David Lloyd (born 19 February 1949 in Uxbridge) is a former midfielder who made ten appearances for Chelsea in the late 1960s.
Lloyd joined the club as a junior and played for Chelsea in the 1964-65 FA Youth Cup. He signed professional forms in February 1966 and made his first team debut a year later, in a 2-0 home loss against West Bromwich Albion; the first of four consecutive matches in which he deputised in the absence of Bobby Tambling. He made only one appearance during the 1967-68 season, but appeared five times in the first half of 1968-69, including two substitute appearances.
Still a teenager, in January 1969 he moved across SW6 to Fulham for a fee of £30,000, where he would enjoy a long career at the club and captain the side, making over 250 appearances in eight years at Craven Cottage. He saw out his playing career at Hereford United and Brentford before joining Yeovil Town as player-manager. Following a spell in charge at Worthing he would embark on a tumultuous period as manager of Brighton & Hove Albion, involving relegation to the Third Division, promotion back to the Second, a losing play-off final appearance, dressing room bust-ups and financial crisis. He resigned in December 1993 and eventually returned to Worthing in 2001, where he remained in charge for two years. In 2007 he re-joined Brighton as chief scout. 
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