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Dixie Dean


Among England’s all-time greatest goal-scorers, played for the British national group from 1927 to 1932 and spent his golf club profession with five different groups, especially Everton from 1925 to 1937. He gained his nickname Dixie possibly due to his resemblance to somebody from your American South, or through a child years game of label. He obtained 60 goals in 39 video games through the 1926-27 time of year with Everton. His grandfather, Ralph Brett, was the royal teach driver for Ruler George V. His recognition extended around Europe, a lot in order that an foe prisoner of battle in World Battle II cursed his name combined with the British perfect minister, Winston Churchill.

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Full Name Dixie Dean
Date Of Birth January 22, 1907
Died March 1, 1980, Goodison Park, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Place Of Birth England
Height 1.78 m
Profession Soccer Player
Nationality English
Star Sign Aquarius

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1There was nothing like quietening that Kop. When you stuck a goal in there it all went quiet, apart from a bit of choice language aimed in your direction! Scoring there was a delight to me. I just used to turn round to the crowd and bow three times to them.

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