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Joseph Bache

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Full nameJoseph William Bache
Playing positionInside Forward

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Joseph William Bache (8 February 1880 10 November 1960), born in Stourbridge, West Midlands, England, was a footballer who played for Aston Villa.

Joe Bache was a prolific centre forward for Aston Villa between 1900 and 1919. He played for the England national team seven times, and during that period scored four goals for his country, one in each of his first four appearances.

He was one of Aston Villa's all-time greatest forwards, enjoying a successful career at the club, winning an FA Cup winners medal in both 1905 and 1913. He was also a vital part of the Villa team that won the League Championship in 1910. Bache appeared for the team 474 times and had scored a total of 185 goals at the end of his career.

After spending 1919 20 in South Wales with Mid Rhondda, Bache made a brief comeback as player/coach for Grimsby Town in 1920, playing five games, scoring once.

His son, David Bache became a famous car stylist producing many designs, mainly for Rover.

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