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Dennis Edwards (Charlton Athletic, Portsmouth, Brentford, Aldershot)

 



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All at Brentford Football Club were saddened to hear of the death of our first ever loan player Dennis Edwards.

Dennis played 11 games for The Bees in the 1967/68 season, on loan from Portsmouth.

He died last Friday, 13th September, at the age of 82.

The football authorities changed the rules and allowed clubs to borrow players from others in different divisions in the mid-1960s and Dennis joined Brentford from Portsmouth during the 1967/68 season.

He featured 11 times and scored two goals but then moved on to Aldershot, where he ended his career.

Dennis had started out at Slough Town and also played for Charlton Athletic and Wycombe Wanderers.

Dennis played twice for England Amateurs, scoring three times, while at Wycombe and spent more than a decade in the Football League.

His last games were played for Aldershot before he retired to Hampshire.


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EDWARDS, Dennis

born 19th January 1937 Slough
died 13th September 2019, aged 82

Old Paludians
19541957 Slough Town 35/27
19571959 Wycombe Wanderers 28/31
19591965 Charlton Athletic 171/61
19651968 Portsmouth 71/14
1967 Brentford (loan) 11/2
1968 Aldershot 14/1

1958 England Amateurs 2/3

Edwards was educated at the Lea School and Slough Grammar School. After leaving school he worked as a clerk for I.C.I. and served his national service in the R.A.F.

Edwards was a Brentford supporter. After retiring from football, he lived in Denmead and established a frozen food business.

 
 


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