Abraham W. "Abe" Rosenthal (12 October 1921 – February 1986) was an English professional footballer who played as a striker. Rosenthal was Jewish.
Born in Liverpool, Rosenthal was an amateur at hometown club Liverpool before turning professional in 1938 with Tranmere Rovers. Rosenthal spent three spells with Tranmere, and also spent three spells at Bradford City. Rosenthal made a total of 225 appearances in the Football League, scoring 78 goals.
He died in February 1986, aged 64, having collapsed at his home in Woolton, Liverpool, after chasing two intruders from his house.
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