THE HISTORY OF WIMBLEDON FOOTBALL CLUB
Full Name:
Chris Hurley
Date of Birth:
20 November 1943
Place of Birth:
Hornchurch, Kent
Chris Hurley
(1971/72)
Centre-back Chris started his career at Rainham Town and was snapped up by Millwall, where he made 4 Football League appearances in the 1964/65 season, scoring twice, before moving to Dover the following season.

He was one of Mike Everitt's first targets when he took over at the end of the 1970/71 season and finally joined the Dons from Dover for £300 in November 1971, half the fee they were asked for during the close season. Signed as a potential replacement for ageing Roy Law, he never really made the position his own, even after Law left, and moved on to Ashford Town.


1963-1964 Rainham Town ? (?)
1964-1965 Millwall 4 (2)
1965-1971 Dover ? (?)
1971-1972 Wimbledon 10 (1)
1973-1975 Ashford Town ? (?)
=== Wikipedia entry ===

Christopher Joseph Hurley (born 20 November 1943) is an English former professional footballer who played in the Football League as a defender for Millwall. He joined Millwall from Rainham Town, and thereafter spent five seasons at Southern League club Dover. He joined another Southern League team, Wimbledon, in November 1971, and then played for Ashford Town (Kent).

=== Wiki ===
1971/72: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0
- Total: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0