Wally Bragg, English footballer, Died at 86


Walter Leonard “Wally” Bragg was born on July 8, 1929, and died on March 6, 2016.

He was an English footballer.

He played in centre-half position.

Wally played in the Football League for Brentford.

At the same time, he made his debut in March 1947, he was one of Brentford’s then-youngest first team player.

Wally played in centre-half when he joined the Brentford division in 1946 from local team Twickenham Celtic.

Following a spell out on loan at Corinthian League club Hounslow Town, he returned to Griffin Park to make his debut on the right wing in place of Idris Hopkins for the visit of Grimsby Town on 29 March 1947.

His appearance in the 1–0 defeat made him Brentford’s youngest debutant at that time.

Wally Bragg passed away at 86 yrs old.