English footballer, Wally Gould, Died at 79


Walter “Wally” Gould was born on September 25, 1938, and died on March 10, 2018.

He was an English former professional footballer.

Gould made nearly 300 appearances and scored 71 goals in the Football League playing as a winger or forward for Sheffield United, York City, and Brighton & Hove Albion.

Later, he played for Durban United and Hellenic in South Africa.

He arrived on the Stoke City coaching staff at the start of the 1977–78 season to team up with George Eastham who had become a manager.

Gould was reserve team coach when Cyril Lea resigned in New Year 1980.

Then, he stepped up to be number two to Alan Durban.

Subsequently, Gould served Richie Barker when he became a manager but left in March 1982.

He died at 79 years old.