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Born: 01 October 1939
Came from: Newcastle United Went to: Plymouth City
First game: 24 August 1963 Last game: 18 April 1970
Appearances: 166 (161/5) Goals: 9
Neale began his career with non-league Ilford before joining Newcastle United in 1959, making over 100 appearances in his four years at St James' Park. Although he never quite made star status in his seven seasons with Argyle, he was an exceptionally strong, whole-hearted and popular half-back, and a member of the side that made the League Cup semi-finals in 1964-65. As well as a wing-half, he also played as a sweeper and full-back, and his versatility led to him being called 'the perfect substitute'. After his professional career came to an end, he played for Plymouth City.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in the following selected competitions: Southern & Western Leagues, English Football League, Football League, FA Cup, League Cup, Minor Cups
Excluded: Football League (1939), War Leagues
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