John Hollins

Hollins playing for QPR in 1975 John William Hollins (16 July 1946 – 14 June 2023) was an English football player and manager. He initially played as a midfielder, before becoming an effective full-back later in his career. Hollins played in the Football League, predominantly for Chelsea, with whom he won the FA Cup, Football League Cup and UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. He made 592 appearances for Chelsea over two spells from 1963 to 1975 and from 1983 to 1984, making him one of six players to have made over 500 appearances for the club.

He subsequently played for Queens Park Rangers (1975–1979) and Arsenal (1979–1983), and made a total of 714 First Division appearances, an English top division record for an outfield player and second only to goalkeeper Peter Shilton. He moved into football management and took charge of Chelsea in 1985, winning the inaugural Full Members Cup in 1986, but was sacked in 1988. He later managed Swansea City, Rochdale and Crawley Town. Provided by Wikipedia
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