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Joe Frickleton

Football player from Scotland

Joe Frickleton is a Scottish former professional football player and manager. Frickleton, who played as a wing half, played youth with Clydebank Juniors, before turning professional with East Stirlingshire, where he made 107 appearances in the Scottish Football League between 1959 and 1964. He then moved to South Africa to play with Highlands Park, where he won three national championships. After his playing days were over, Frickleton remained in South Africa, and trained as a football manager. His first job was at former club Highlands Park in 1974. After a season spent with Lusitano, Frickleton returned to Highlands Park until it was sold in 1983. He later won four trophies with Kaizer Chiefs in 1984, before winning the Champions Cup with Orlando Pirates in 1995.  ( Wikipedia article )

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Place of birth
Scotland
Nationality
Scotland

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