Molyneux, Frederick

Birth Date

25th July 1944

Birthplace

Wallasey, England

Occupation

Defender

Biographical Text

Working his way via the junior teams at Liverpool, Molyneux gained his first professional contract in June 1962.

Such was the competition at Anfield though, he never made a league outing for them in three years.

This was to change when he signed for Southport in August 1965 where he featured in 123 league matches, scoring one goal.

He then moved to the West Country to sign for Plymouth Argyle in August 1968.

Adding a further 79 league games and five goals, Molyneux was on the transfer list at Home Park when he joined Exeter City on loan in February 1971.

After making just two appearances, his debut being against York City at Bootham Crescent, he got the move back north he had wanted as he was transferred from Argyle to Tranmere Rovers.

Molyneux figured in 72 league games for Tranmere, before signing for Southport for a second spell at the club in July 1973.

He stayed just one season, scoring once in 33 league outings, moving on to Wigan Athletic.

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