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Stan Anderson
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Full name Stanley Anderson
Date of birth 27 February 1933 (1933-02-27) (age 76)
Place of birth    Horden, England
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1952–1963
1963–1965
1965-1966
Sunderland
Newcastle
Middlesbrough
402 (31)
081 (13)
021 0(2)   
National team
1962 England 2 (0)
Teams managed
1966–1973
1973-1974
1974
1975–1978
1980–1981
Middlesbrough
AEK Athens
QPR
Doncaster Rovers
Bolton Wanderers

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Stanley Anderson (born 27 February 1933, in Horden) a former English football player and manager. An England international who earned two caps while at Sunderland[1], he also played for Newcastle and Middlesbrough, becoming the first player to captain all three big north-east clubs. He succeeded Raich Carter as Middlesbrough manager in April 1966[2] and remained at the club until resigning in April 1973 to be replaced by Jack Charlton. In his time the club were relegated from and promoted to the Football League second division. After leaving Middlesbrough he managed in Greece for AEK Athens FC and Panathinaikos FC and in England, where he became boss at QPR, Doncaster Rovers and Bolton Wanderers before giving up management after resigning in 1981.

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