Full Name:
Alan Hawley
Date of Birth:
07 June 1946
Place of Birth:
Woking, Surrey
Alan Hawley
Brentford's youngest ever player when making his début aged 16 in September 1962, Akan played for the Bees for 12 seasons, receiving a testimonial at the end of the 1973/74 season. He was later inducted into the Brentford F.C. Hall of Fame.

The right-back signed for Wimbledon in November 1976 when 30 years old, having previously been player-manager at bottom of the table Hillingdon Borough. Unfortunately for him he was cup-tied and Allen Batsford was reluctant to chop the defence around. Not content to play in the reserves at that stage of his career he was put on the transfer list and chose to move to Kingstonians above Wealdstone, both of who agreed to pay the £100 fee requested.

Years Team Apps (Gls)
1962-1974 Brentford 317 (4)
1975-1976 Hillingdon Borough ? (?)
1976 Wimbledon 1 (0)
1976-1977 Walton & Hersham ? (?)
=== Wikipedia entry ===

Alan Hawley may refer to:

  • Alan Hawley (footballer) (born 1946), English former footballer
  • Alan Hawley (British Army officer), British doctor and academic
  • Alan R. Hawley (1869–1938), early aviator in the United States
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1976/77: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0
- Total: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0