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Frank Saul (footballer)

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Full nameFrank Lander Saul
Date of birth23 August 1943(age 73)
Place of birthCanvey Island, Essex, England
Playing positionForward (retired)

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Frank Lander Saul (born Canvey Island, Essex, 23 August 1943) was a professional footballer who played most of his career for Tottenham Hotspur.

Having started as a youth with Canvey Island F.C., he signed for Spurs in 1960, and was one of 17 players used by the club in the Double winning side of 1960-61. Before being involved in the swap with Southampton for Martin Chivers in 1968. Frank scored in the 1967 FA Cup Final against Chelsea. Frank joined Queens Park Rangers in 1970 and played 43 league games scoring 4 goals before moving to Millwall in 1972.

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