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Mick Lambert

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Full nameMichael Arnold Lambert
Playing positionWinger

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Michael (Mick) Arnold Lambert (born 20 May, 1950, in Balsham on the Cambridgeshire / Suffolk border) started his career with Newmarket Town F.C. before becoming a professional footballer and played for both Ipswich Town and Peterborough United.

Micky was also a good cricketer and was on the staff at Lords, and once represented England as 12th man.

Whilst playing for Ipswich, he made 210 appearances, including an FA Cup Final at Wembley in 1978 where he replaced the winning goalscorer Roger Osborne, and won the FA Cup against Arsenal.

He ended his professional career with Peterborough United. Mick is now a regular supporter at Portman Road. He is a member of Stone Lodge Bowls Club playing regularly in various leagues in and around the Ipswich area.

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