Clayton Blackmore
Welsh footballer
Clayton Blackmore
Clayton Graham Blackmore is a former Welsh international footballer. He was a combative player known for his attacking free kicks and a utility player who excelled in defence, but could play equally well in midfield or as an emergency forward. To Manchester United fans, Clayton Blackmore features in many stand-out memories of yesteryear, not least his outstanding performances, particularly away from home, in the 1991 UEFA European Cup Winners Cup campaign.
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David Beckham forced to pleasure himself in hazing ritual as teen - Fox News
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Goal.com David Beckham forced to pleasure himself in hazing ritual as teen Fox News David Beckham was forced to perform a humiliating sex act while looking at a photo of soccer legend Clayton Blackmore during a bizarre homoerotic hazing ritual, the soccer star admits in a new documentary. As a teenager, Beckham suffered through the ... David Beckham - David Beckham: I'm glad I had kids youngContactmusic.com David Beckham: I'm glad I had kids youngTV3.ie David Beckham reveals his sex act initiation at Manchester United in The Class ...NEWS.com.au all 125 news articles »
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Who’s who of United players in Buxton
Buxton Advertiser - almost 4 years
Leading Manchester United players from the 1980s and 1990s will be appearing in Buxton next month for a special Father’s Day match. Players who will make up the Manchester United Legends football team will be chosen from a pool depending on who is available on the day of the match, which will see the Red Devils heroes pitted against a special Buxton 11 side. The game is taking place on Sunday June 16, kick off 2pm, at Buxton FC’s Silverlands ground and the pool of players from which the squad will be chosen is: Mike Duxbury, Frank Stapleton, Arthur Albiston, Denis Irwin, Sammy McIlroy, Mike Thomas, Andy Ritchie, Peter Davenport, Peter Barnes, David May, Fraser Digby, Clayton Blackmore, Lee Martin, Ben Thornley, Russell Beardsmore and Deiniol Graham. The Buxton 11 side will be captained for the day by current Buxton FC manager Martin McIntosh. Club Director Chris Brindley said of the squad list: “It’s like a who’s who of Manchester United in the 80s and 90s. “There are many hundr ...
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Where are they now? Former Manchester United stars turn out at Masters - Manchester Evening News
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Clayton Blackmore is embarking on a blossoming coaching career as boss Sir Alex Ferguson looks to keep the legacy of the club intact. The former United defender insists he is feeling the benefit. “I'm coaching the Under-15s at United and that's
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Manchester United Legends ooze quality - Thame Today
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Legends scorers were Clayton Blackmore on 10 minutes, and Andie Ritchie in the 55th minute. Thame's Aaron Rogers scored with superb volley on 37 minutes, and supplied the cross for manager Mark West to knock home five minutes later
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FOOTBALL: Johnson unveiled as Kidlington chairman - Oxford Mail
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The Manchester side will include Russell Beardsmore, Frank Stapleton, David May, Fraser Digby, Peter Davenport, Mike Duxbury, Arthur Albiston, Lee Martin, Clayton Blackmore and Andy Ritchie. Tickets in advance cost £10 for adults, £7 for under 16s and
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Red Devil stars of yesteryear are coming to town - Thame Today
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Some of the stars taking to the pitch include: Russell Beardsmore, Frank Stapleton, David May, Fraser Digby, Peter Davenport, Mike Duxbury, Arthur Albiston, Lee Martin, Clayton Blackmore, Andy Ritchie
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24/08/11....Play alongside Man Utd legends at Thame! - - Thame
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The Man Utd Legends squad for Bank Holiday Monday has been confirmed as Fraser Digby, Mike Duxbury, Lee Martin, Russell Beardsmore, Arthur Albiston, Dennis Irwin, Clayton Blackmore, Alan McCloughlin, Sammy McIlroy, Peter Davenport, Andy Ritchie,
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AFC Emley defender Sean Hazelden reaches 500 non-league appearances in ... - Huddersfield Examiner
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When he went to university, he joined Bangor City and was part of a side including former Manchester United midfielder Clayton Blackmore which enjoyed terrific success. That was particularly so in 2000, when they not only won the Welsh FA Cup (beating
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United-legender på vei til Sunnmøre - Sunnmørsposten
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9. september lander de tidligere Manchester United-spillerne David May, Clayton Blackmore og Lee Martin på Vigra. Gjennom helga skal trioen delta på flere arrangementer i lag med United-supportere på Sunnmøre. I tillegg til disse er den anerkjente
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Rewind to 1989 Red Knighton's failed takeover - ESPN
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While United midfielder Clayton Blackmore, who was part of the squad that day, revealed: "My memories of him were him coming into the dressing room with a blazer on and his hand tucked into the inside pocket like Napoleon. I didn't know him,
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Too close for comfort - When Saturday Comes
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Now, as Glen Wilson is alarmed to discover, such information is just a click away Somewhere in my childhood, on a caravan park near Penarth, I kicked a ball about with a kid who told me his uncle was Clayton Blackmore. “Don't ask my Nan about it,” he
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Evesham United Legends 1 Manchester United Legends 2 - Worcester News
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The match, which included the likes of former United stars Arthur Albiston, Fraser Digby, Sammy McIlroy, Clayton Blackmore and Frank Stapleton, was moved to the high school as a result of the delayed opening to Evesham's new ground
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Bumper crowd expected at school - Worcester News
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Old Trafford legends from the 1980s and 1990s, including David May, Clayton Blackmore and Arthur Albiston, will battle it out with Robins' stars of the past. Evesham will be captained by Tim Hall and feature former players such as Simon Brain and Gary
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£30000 windfall as legends united - Cotswold Journal
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Confirmed Manchester United legends XI: Fraser Digby, Mike Duxbury, Lee Martin, David May, Arthur Albiston, Russell Beardsmore, Clayton Blackmore, Sammy McIlroy, Alan McLaughlin, Frank Stapleton, Peter Davenport, Andy Ritchie
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United maintain pre-season momentum - Evesham Observer
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The visitors' squad consists of Arthur Albiston, Frazer Digby, David May, Lee Martin, Mike Duxbury, Clayton Blackmore, Daniel Graham, Frank Stapleton, Peter Davenport, Andy Ritchie, Sammy McIlroy, Alan McLoughlin and Russell Beardsmore
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Sir Alex Ferguson rumoured to be chasing Newcastle bad boy Joey Barton in EPL ... - The Daily Telegraph
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Fergie has always had a thing about hardmen – Roy Keane, Paul Ince, Clayton Blackmore (the latter being the equivalent of the embarrassing girlfriend from our past we'd like to airbrush out). But his latest passing fancy is more far-fetched than most
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Man United Legends on their way to the ASM - Thame Today
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Premier League winners Clayton Blackmore and David May are the two biggest names in the squad, which will be coming down on August 29. The game could draw the largest ever crowd at the ASM Stadium, with around 1500 people expected to attend
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ADSL outfit overcomes United Legends in Hodson Bay - Westmeath Independent
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The United Legends consisted of Lee Martin, Clayton Blackmore, David May, Arthur Albiston, Fraser Digby, Russell Beardsmore and Liam O'Brien. The Legends were joined by three local players who were drawn from those who partook in the Hodson Bay
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Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson's message to West Cumbria - Times & Star
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A host of other figures from United's history, including Fraser Digby, Clayton Blackmore and Russell Beardsmore, were in West Cumbria for the match and dinner. Mr Stepney said it was vital that the club came up to help raise funds for West Cumbria
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Clayton Blackmore
    THIRTIES
  • 1997
    Age 32
    He also appeared in Middlesbrough's 1997 FA Cup Final defeat by Chelsea.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Age 29
    He joined Middlesbrough for the 1994–95 season, linking up with newly appointed player-manager and former team mate Bryan Robson.
    More Details Hide Details He helped them win promotion to the Premier League as Division One champions in his first season on Teesside, playing in 30 League games and scoring two goals.
  • 1991
    Age 26
    In 1991 he won a European Cup Winners' Cup medal with United, and in 1990 he won the FA Cup with them.
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  • 1990
    Age 25
    He was United's first choice left-back in 1990–91 as they won the European Cup Winners' Cup, were runners-up in the Football League Cup and finished sixth in the league, but he was forced out of this position for the 1991–92 season when Paul Parker joined the club as first choice right-back and the previous season's right-back Denis Irwin was switched to Blackmore's favoured position of left-back.
    More Details Hide Details His other favoured position of left wing was now being contended for by youngsters Lee Sharpe and Ryan Giggs. However, he still had the opportunity to play in 33 league games that season, as United led the table for most of the season before a shortage of goals after the turn of 1992 cost them the title, which was won by Leeds United.
  • 1989
    Age 24
    He made regular appearances as a winger or full-back in 1989–90, which saw an injury blighted United side struggle in the league and finish 13th but win the FA Cup with a 1–0 replay win over Crystal Palace after drawing the first game 3–3.
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  • 1985
    Age 20
    He made his senior debut for the national side on 26 February 1985, in a 1–1 friendly draw with Norway, and his final appearance for the Welsh side came on 29 March 1997.
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    He made a solitary league appearance the following season, although in 1985–86 he scored three goals in 12 league games, but he didn't get a serious run in the side until the 1987–88 season, by which time Alex Ferguson was United's manager, when he played 22 league games and scored three goals. 1988–89 saw Blackmore enjoy even more first team opportunities as he played 28 times in the league.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1984
    Age 19
    He made his debut for United on 16 May 1984 in their 2–0 league defeat against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.
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  • 1982
    Age 17
    He joined Manchester United as an associated schoolboy at the age of 14, and was an FA Youth Cup finalist in 1982.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Born
    Born on September 23, 1964.
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