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|Full Name||John Boyle|
|Date of Birth||25 December 1946|
|Place of Birth||Motherwell, Scotland|
|Debut||20 January 1965|
|Games (goals)||266 (12)|
|Other clubs|| Brighton & Hove Albion|
Tampa Bay Rowdies
John Boyle (born 25 December 1946) is a retired Scottish footballer who played for Chelsea from 1964 to 1973, having signed as a junior.
Chelsea careerLeague Cup semi-final against Aston Villa and ultimately picked up a winners medal in that competition the same year after also playing in Chelsea's two-legged final victory over Leicester City.
He played in Chelsea's FA Cup Final loss to Tottenham Hotspur two years later but missed out when they won their FA Cup final against Leeds United in 1970 due to an injury. He made amends the following season, playing in both matches of Chelsea's successful European Cup Winners' Cup final against Real Madrid in Athens.
He left Chelsea in September 1973 and briefly played for both Brighton & Hove Albion and Orient before retiring in 1975. He later had a spell coaching North American Soccer League side Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1977. He also managed at Dartford F.C. and was a landlord of the "Simon the Tanner" public house in Bermondsey.