- Bill Lambton
Infobox Football biography
playername = Bill Lambton
fullname = William Ernest Lambton
dateofbirth = birth date|1914|12|2
dateofdeath = death date|1976|9|16 (aged 61)
position = Goalkeeper
years = ?-1935 1935-c.46 1946 1946-47
clubs = Basford North End Nottingham Forest Exeter City Doncaster Rovers
caps(goals) = 3 0 0(0)
manageryears = 1958-59 1959 1962-63
managerclubs = Leeds United Scunthorpe United Chester
William "Bill" Lambton (
December 2 1914, Nottingham- September 16 1976) was an English football player and manager. He played in goal for Nottingham Forest, Exeter City and Doncaster Rovers, although he made just three Football League appearances in total with his playing days largely coinciding with the Second World War.
Lambton is better remembered for his spells in coaching and management. He worked as a coach in Denmark with KB Copenhagen and then with Scunthorpe United, Grimsby Town and Leeds United. In December 1958 he became Leeds manager, but left after just four months. This however was to be significantly longer than his next managerial post, as he was in charge of Scunthorpe for just three days in April 1959.
Lambton was appointed Chester manager in January 1962, two months after the sacking of
Stan Pearson. Chester were enduring a miserable season that saw them finish bottom of the Football League. Greater things were expected the following season, but a poor run of just four wins in their last 18 games saw them finish fourth from bottom and forced to again apply for re-election to the league. Although Chester comfortably achieved enough votes to remain in the league, Lambton had his contract cancelled by mutual consent in July 1963.
A former Sergeant Major in the Army, Lambton was known as 'Iron Man Bill'. He died in
Sherwood, Nottinghamaged 61.
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