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George Reilly (born 14 September 1957 in Bellshill) is a former Scottish footballer. He played for Corby Town, Northampton Town, Cambridge United, Watford, Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion. Reilly scored the winning goal for Watford against Plymouth Argyle in the 1984 FA Cup semi-final at Villa Park and played in the 1984 FA Cup Final itself. In 2003, nearly 20 years later, Reilly was working as a bricklayer on a building site in Corby when he was attacked by another worker who bit part of his right ear off, before whispering "Plymouth" in his other ear by way of explanation.He played as an attacker.
- Where are they now? BBC Sport
- Fan bites back Sydney Morning Herald
- Past Players - George Reilly Cambridge United F.C. Official Site
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