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Charles George (born 10 October 1950) is an English former professional footballer who played as a forward. George began his career as a youngster with Arsenal and was part of their 1970–71 League and FA Cup Double-winning team, scoring the winning goal in the FA Cup Final. In 1975, he left Arsenal to join up with Derby County. After playing for NASL club Minnesota Kicks, in 1978 George joined Southampton, where he spent another three seasons. Whilst there he had a brief spell on loan with Nottingham Forest with whom he won the 1979 European Super Cup. He then had a spell with Hong Kong side Bulova before he returned to England for short stints with AFC Bournemouth and Derby County. George was capped once for the England national team.

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  • Full Name: Charles Frederick George
  • Position: Forward
  • Date of Birth: 10.10.1950
  • Birthplace: Islington
  • Nation: England
  • Club Career: Arsenal
    • Period: 1968-1975
    • League Games, 133
    • League Goals, 31
  • Previous Club: N/A
    • Transfer Fee: N/A
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