THE HISTORY OF WIMBLEDON FOOTBALL CLUB
Full Name:
Alan Pinkney
Date of Birth:
01 January 1947
Place of Birth:
Battersea, London
Alan Pinkney
(1973/74)
A forward who made his Football League début and 7 appearances for Exeter, scoring once, before moving to Crystal Palace in 1969. In five seasons at Selhurst Park he played 24 times in the League and in 1972/73 went on loan to Fulham, appearing in another 12 matches.

Alan first came to the attention of Dons fans halfway through Mike Everitt's reign, when it looked like Everitt's contract might be paid up and another player-manager would have been the target. Everitt stayed for another year, but Alan joined on loan from Crystal Palace under Dick Graham in December of the following season, scoring 3 times in 6 matches before moving to South Africa.
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Alan J. Pinkney (born 1 January 1947 in Battersea, Greater London) is an English former professional footballer who played in the Football League, as a forward. He began his league career with Exeter City in 1967, making seven appearances scoring once, before signing for Crystal Palace in July 1969. Pinkney made 24 appearances for Palace over five seasons, without scoring and had a loan spell with Fulham in 1972–73 (12 appearances, no goals). He was released by Palace in 1974 and went on to play for Wimbledon and Cape Town City.

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1973/74: Appearances: 6 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 3
- Total: Appearances: 6 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 3