Ray Henderson (footballer)

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Ray Henderson (born 31 March 1937) is an English former footballer who played as a right winger.

Born in Wallsend, England, Henderson began his League career with Middlesbrough before moving to Hull City in 1961. He attained legendary status at Hull, forming part of a formidable forward line with Ken Wagstaff, Chris Chilton, Ken Houghton and Ian Butler whose goals won Hull City promotion in 1966.

Henderson left Hull for Reading in 1968 and joined the coaching staff there after retirement. By 1975 he was reserve team manager at Everton.[1]


  1. ^ Heard about Hull's Euro champ, Hull Daily Mail 14 February 2009

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