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|Full Name||George Graham|
|Date of Birth||30 November 1944|
|Place of Birth||Bargeddie, Glasgow|
|Debut||29 August 1964|
|Games (goals)||102 (46)|
|Other clubs|| Aston Villa|
George Graham (born 30 November 1944 in Glasgow) is a former Scottish international who played for Chelsea between 1964 and 1966.
Graham signed for Chelsea in July 1964 for £5000 after being spotted playing for Aston Villa's reserves by Tommy Docherty. He scored 46 goals in 102 games for Chelsea; during his two full seasons at the Bridge "Stroller" (as he was known due to his languid style) formed a successful strike partnership with Barry Bridges, the pair scoring 80 goals between them. Early in the 1966-67 season he moved to Arsenal for a fee of £75,000, with Tommy Baldwin joining the Blues as part of the deal.
He went on to have six successful seasons at Highbury, and was part of Arsenal's double-winning side in 1970-71. He went on to play for Manchester United, Portsmouth and Crystal Palace before finishing his playing career in the USA, at California Surf. After retirement from playing he took up the position of youth team coach under Terry Venables at Crystal Palace and followed him to Queens Park Rangers as a part of their coaching team. In December 1982 he was appointed manager of Millwall and in May 1986 Arsenal, whom he guided to the League Championship in 1989 and 1991. He later manager Leeds United and Tottenham Hotspur.
- See also: List of George Graham goals
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