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Born: 24 February 1942
Came from: West Ham United Went to: Romford
First game: 30 September 1967 Last game: 28 October 1967
Appearances: 4 (4/0) Goals: 0
Sealey began his career with London junior side Memorial Sports before joining Leyton Orient in 1959. A forward, he struggled to break into the first team and moved on to West Ham United after 18 months. He spent over six years at Upton Park but was rarely a first team regular. He did, however, score both goals in the 1965 European Cup Winners Cup Final victory over 1860 Munich at Wembley. After suffering a broken leg during a friendly pre-season cricket game his West Ham career was at an end and he moved to Home Park in September 1967. Sealey managed just four appearances for Argyle, his injuries forcing his retirement from the professional game. He went on to play for Bedford Town and Romford.
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