Robbie James

Welsh Footballer
Born Mar 23, 1957
Hometown Swansea
Died Feb 18, 1998
Death Place Llanelli
Team Association Footb...
Position Midfielder

Robert "Robbie" Mark James was a Welsh international footballer who played for many teams including Swansea City, Stoke City and Queens Park Rangers. He represented his country on 47 occasions over a period of ten years, scoring a total of 7 goals. He was a talented utility player who contributed greatly to Swansea City's rise from the Fourth Division to the First Division between 1978 and 1981, and helped them finish sixth in their first top division campaign.… Read More

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1957 Birth Born on March 23, 1957.


1972 15 Years Old James made his Swansea City debut in the 1972-73 season and he was to go on to make almost 400 League appearances for the Swans, before transferring to Stoke City in July 1983.


1984 27 Years Old He was a regular player at the Victoria Ground until transferring to Queen's Park Rangers in November 1984.
1986 29 Years Old 1 More Event
He spent three seasons at Loftus Road, helping the Hoops preserve their First Division status and reach the 1986 Football League Cup final, where they were thrashed 3-0 by Oxford United.


1998 41 Years Old He collapsed and died during a match for Llanelli against Porthcawl on 18 February 1998.
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