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Francis Henry "Franny" Lee CBE is a former professional footballer. Lee played for Bolton Wanderers, Manchester City, Derby County and England.

Man City legend Francis Lee: My top player was on 15 grand a week ...


Dec 8, 2012 ... Francis Lee can pinpoint the moment he realised being the chairman ... League but by getting them relegated to the third tier of English football.

Francis Lee arrested - Telegraph - The Telegraph


Jun 4, 2005 ... Former Manchester City and England striker Francis Lee was arrested following an ... Arrested: Francis Lee ... Football's most overrated players ...

Former Derby County footballer Francis Lee given CBE in New ...


Dec 30, 2015 ... FORMER Derby County footballer Francis Lee, who helped the Rams to the First Division title in the 1974-75 season, is among some of the ...

Francis LEE - Biography of his career at Man City and England ...


Francis LEE, Biography of his career at Man City and England., Manchester City FC. ... Francis LEE. Back to List ... for services to football and charity.

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TV Football 1968-92 @1968Tv Jan 16. Francis Lee's final game Ipswich 2-6 Derby 1975/76 Commentator Gerry ... Franny Lee @FrannyLee7 Jan 14.

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Francis Lee - MCIVTA


Bolton born Francis Lee had a great impact on the fortunes of Manchester City both ... Lee helped Derby claim the League title, and retired from football in 1976.

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Jun 12, 2012 ... 3 Francis Lee. A stocky ... He won 27 caps for England and after retiring from football went on to make his fortune manufacturing toilet rolls.

Manchester City greats: Francis Lee - Manchester Evening News


Jul 7, 2014 ... Joe Mercer once described Francis Lee as the final piece of the jigsaw. ... the third tier of English football by the time he resigned from his post.