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|Full name||Frank Phillip Sibley|
|Date of birth||4 December 1947|
|Place of birth||Uxbridge, England|
|Queens Park Rangers|
|1963–1971||Queens Park Rangers||143||(3)|
|1977–1978||Queens Park Rangers|
|1984–1985||Queens Park Rangers (caretaker manager)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Frank Phillip Sibley (born 4 December 1947 in Uxbridge) is an English former footballer and a member of the QPR double winning side that captured both the Third Division Championship in 1966–67 and the League Cup on 4 March 1967.
Sibley was the youngest player to play in the QPR first team at the age of 15 on 3 September 1963 away to Aldershot in a League Cup tie.
He retired from playing early, at the age of 23, after suffering a knee injury. He joined the coaching staff at QPR, and later became manager. He was also manager of Walsall in 1979.
He is currently chief scout for Watford.
- Frank Sibley at Post War English & Scottish Football League A–Z Player's Database
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