Person    | Male  Born 17/10/1934  Died 18/10/2005

Johnny Haynes

Categories: Sport / Games

Countries: Scotland

Footballer. Born John Norman Haynes at the Middlesex Hospital Annexe, St Pancras. He spent his entire first class career at Fulham Football Club, where he played a record 657 games. Played for the England football team 56 times. He became the first professional football player to earn £100 a week. Died in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. 

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