Brian Richardson (footballer)
Richardson signed for Sheffield United in 1954, aged 20, and stayed for 12 years, playing in 291 League matches. He was a ball-winning half-back, often paired with the more creative Gerry Summers.
He went on to play for Swindon and Rochdale; on retiring as a player he became a sales executive.
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