Freeman Ray. Harry

Birthplace

Droitwich. UK.

Occupation

Forward

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Raymond (Ray) Harry Freeman, was born in Droitwich. He started his footballing career at Bromsgrove Rovers, and also played for Cradley Heath

In 1936 he was transferred to Manchester City, making his first team debut against Portsmouth in January 1937, as an 18 year old, replacing the Irish International, Doherty who had flu.

He played 4 times for the Maine Road club, scoring I goal.

In 1939, he was transferred to Exeter City, where he played one game for Exeter City in the aborted 1939/40 season.
In 1939, he was with the RFA at Topsham Barracks. He remained on Exeter City's books after the war and played for the Grecians in a friendly in 1945.

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