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Allan Hunter (born 30 June 1946 in Northern Ireland) is a former international footballer.

As a central defender, Hunter spent the majority of his professional career at Ipswich Town, making over 350 appearances in his eleven years at the club, which included playing in the victorious 1978 FA Cup Final.

He also played for Coleraine F.C., Oldham Athletic, Blackburn Rovers and Colchester United. His nephew was manager of Rushden & Diamonds.

Like many other ex-Ipswich players, he settled in Suffolk following his retirement from the game. He made 51 appearances for his country, making him Ipswich Town's most capped international player, and also played alongside such notables as Alan Ball, Colin Bell, Bobby Charlton, Bobby Moore and Emlyn Hughes for the "New European Common Market" against the "Old ECM" in a match celebrating the admission to the European Common Market of the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland and Denmark in 1973.

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As a player

Ipswich Town

  • FA Cup winner 1978

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Allan Hunter (born 30 June 1946 in Northern Ireland) is a former Northern Irish football player.

He was a defender. He also spent most of his career at Ipswich Town. He made over 350 appearances in eleven years.

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