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Frank Clack

Personal information
Full nameFrank Edward Clack
Date of birth30 March 1912
Place of birthWitney, England
Date of death1995
Playing positionGoalkeeper

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Frank Edward Clack (30 March 1912 1995) was an English professional footballer born in Witney, Oxfordshire, who played as a goalkeeper. He made 127 appearances in the Football League playing for Birmingham and Bristol City.

After several years with Birmingham as understudy to England international Harry Hibbs, Clack joined Brentford before the 1939 40 season, but the outbreak of the Second World War prevented him playing for them. After the war he spent two seasons as first-choice goalkeeper with Bristol City before moving into non-league football.

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