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Alf Young

Personal information
Full nameAlfred Young
Date of birth4 November 1905
Place of birthSunderland, England
Date of death27 August 1977(age 71)
Place of deathHuddersfield, England
Playing positionDefender

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Alfred "Alf" Young (born 4 November 1905 in Sunderland; died 30 August 1977) was a professional footballer who played as a defender for Huddersfield Town between 1927 and 1945. He also played for Durham City and York City.

He played for England nine times between 1932 and 1938, including the infamous 6-3 win against Germany in Berlin in 1938.

He was also one of Denmark's caretaker managers during the 1950s. He also coached Esbjerg fB.

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