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Malcolm Dunford

Personal information
Full nameMalcolm P Dunford
Date of birth10 January 1963(age 53)
Place of birthWellington, New Zealand
Playing positionDefender

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Malcolm Dunford (born 10 January 1963) is a former successful New Zealand association football player who frequently represented his country in the 1980s and 90s. A centre back, New Zealand was lucky with Dunford amongst a number of fine central defenders including Bobby Almond, Ricki Herbert- stalwarts of New Zealand's successful 1982 World Cup Campaign - and Ceri Evans.

Dunford was captained his nation on numerous occasions and eventually retired his captaincy and national duties in 1993.

He finished his playing career for the All Whites with 62 appearances, 41 of which were A-internationals in which he scored 5 goals.

He currently lives in Australia, married with three children.

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