Miles Spector

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Miles Spector
0Full Name Miles David Roy Spector
0Date of Birth 4 August 1934
0Place of Birth Hendon, England
0Position Left winger
0Chelsea career 1952-1953
0Debut 7 February 1953
0Games (goals) 6 (0)
0Other clubs Hendon

Miles Spector (born 4 August 1934) was a winger who played for Chelsea on six occasions (three in the League and 3 in the F. A. Cup) as an amateur in 1953, having joined from Hendon as a teenager. [1] A former England youth and amateur international, Spector soon returned to Hendon, where he helped the team to victory in the Amateur Cup Final at Wembley in 1960. [2]
Miles Spector started his football playing for Hendon Grammar School and went on to represent the Middlesex F. A., before signing as an amateur for Hendon in September 1949. Apart from spells playing for Chelsea, and Millwall (April to October 1956) he was to remain a Hendon player throughout his career.

Between 1951 and 1955, in addition to the above mentioned six senior appearances, it is known that he also played 55 games (16 goals) in the Football Combination, 11 games (4 goals) in the Combination Cup, and a single match in the LFA Cup.

In addition to these appearances, he also is known to have played 41 games (5 goals) in the Eastern Counties, 27 games (15 goals) in the Metropolitan League and 4 games (1 goal) in the Mid-Week League. As a youngster he also made many appearances for the Youth team.

He played over 280 games (more than 150 goals) in his Hendon career and, in his earlier days he was capped at both Youth and Amateur level.

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