Ray Spencer, English footballer, Died at 82

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Raymond Spencer was born on May 25, 1933, in Kings Norton, Birmingham and died in 2016.
He was an English professional footballer
Ray represented England at Schools level.
He joined Aston Villa as a junior, turning professional in June 1950.
Even though he stayed at Villa Park until March 1958, when he joined Darlington, he never made the Villa first team.
Spencer played 98 league games, mainly at wing half, for Darlington, scoring 5 goals, and opened the scoring in Darlington’s shock defeat of West Ham United in the 1961 League Cup, before moving to Torquay United in June 1961.
Ray made 59 league appearances for Torquay, scoring once, before leaving to join Bath City in July 1963 having lost his place to Geoff Cox.
Ray Spencer passed away at 82 years old.