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Henry Hall (footballer)

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Full nameHenry Hall
Playing positionStriker

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Henry Hall (born c. 1948) is a Scottish former football player and manager.

The peak of Hall's career as a player was when he played for St. Johnstone during the early 1970s, when Willie Ormond was manager. During this time they came third in the Scottish Football League and reached a Scottish League Cup Final. Henry made his name at Stirling Albion, and later served Dundee United and Forfar Athletic. He has also managed Forfar and Montrose.

He taught physical education (PE) at Larbert High School in the early 1970s. He also taught at Rockwell High School Dundee in the 1980s

In the late 1980s he was voted "Unacceptable Face Of Scottish Football" by Dundee United fanzine "The Final Hurdle"

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