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|Full Name||David Laurence Cliss|
|Date of Birth||15 November 1939|
|Place of Birth||Enfield, England|
|Debut||8 February 1958|
|Games (goals)||24 (1)|
|Other clubs|| Guildford City|
David Laurence Cliss (born 15 November 1939) is a former inside forward who joined Chelsea as a youngster and played for the first team between 1958 and 1961. Born in Enfield (then part of Middlesex), after appearing for Chelsea youth side in the 1956-57 and 1957-58 editions of the FA Youth Cup he made his first team debut in February 1958 and featured regularly for the remainder of the 1957-58 season. He made occasional appearances over the following two seasons, but didn't appear at all during 1960-61. He started six games in a row at the start of the 1961-62 season, but only twice thereafter in what would turn out to be his final season as a Chelsea player.
He left to join non-league Guildford City in May 1962, where former Chelsea player and coach Albert Tennant was manager. He later moved to Australia and played for St George-Budapest, who were based in the southern suburbs of Sydney.
|1||1957-58||26 April||1958||First Division||Manchester United||1-0||2-1||Stamford Bridge|