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Ray Charnley

Ray Charnley

(1935 – 2009)

  • Loved watching you play years ago. Happy memories. Rest in peace.
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Ray Charnley

Ray Charnley
(1935 – 2009)

In memory of

Ray Charnley

(1935 – 2009)
About Ray
This is an online tribute to Ray Charnley. Raymond Ogden "Ray" Charnley was an English professional footballer. He was a centre forward and was one of the most prolific scorers for Blackpool, with whom he spent ten years, including all but one season in the top flight of English football.
With 193 goals in 363 league games, Ray Charnley is the third-highest scorer in Blackpool's history, behind Jimmy Hampson and Stan Mortensen.
In a playing career spanning eighteen years, Charnley also played for Morecambe (with whom he began and ended his career), Preston North End, Wrexham and Bradford Park Avenue. He scored a total of 293 career league goals in 605 games.
He won one England cap, in 1962.
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About Ray
he retired, Charnley moved back to Blackpool where he set up his own painting and decorating company. After a short illness he died on 15 November 2009 at Rossall Hospital, aged 74. This memorial is in memory of Ray Charnley and his achievements. May he rest in peace.
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Ray Charnley

This is an online tribute to Ray Charnley. Raymond Ogden "Ray" Charnley was an English professional footballer. He was a centre forward and was one of the most prolific scorers for Blackpool, with whom he spent ten years, including all but one season in the top flight of English football.
With 193 goals in 363 league games, Ray Charnley is the third-highest scorer in Blackpool's history, behind Jimmy Hampson and Stan Mortensen.
In a playing career spanning eighteen years, Charnley also played for Morecambe (with whom he began and ended his career), Preston North End, Wrexham and Bradford Park Avenue. He scored a total of 293 career league goals in 605 games.
He won one England cap, in 1962.
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