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John Cohen Coyle (28 September 1932 –14 May 2016) was a Scottish football player. Coyle started his career with Dundee United for whom he signed in 1950. His early years were interrupted by his National Service, while he also spent time on loan to Brechin City. As a result, by the beginning of the 1955-56 season he had made only eight first team appearances. From that point onwards however, his form was a revelation, with 77 goals in 88 appearances in the following two and a half seasons. He died on 14 May 2016.

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  • John C. Coyle (né le 28 septembre 1932, et mort le 14 mai 2016) est un joueur de football international écossais, qui évoluait au poste d'attaquant.
  • John Cohen Coyle (28 de setembro de 1932 - 14 de maio de 2016) foi um futebolista escocês que atuava como atacante.
  • John Cohen Coyle (28 September 1932 –14 May 2016) was a Scottish football player. Coyle started his career with Dundee United for whom he signed in 1950. His early years were interrupted by his National Service, while he also spent time on loan to Brechin City. As a result, by the beginning of the 1955-56 season he had made only eight first team appearances. From that point onwards however, his form was a revelation, with 77 goals in 88 appearances in the following two and a half seasons. He died on 14 May 2016.
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  • John Cohen Coyle (28 September 1932 –14 May 2016) was a Scottish football player. Coyle started his career with Dundee United for whom he signed in 1950. His early years were interrupted by his National Service, while he also spent time on loan to Brechin City. As a result, by the beginning of the 1955-56 season he had made only eight first team appearances. From that point onwards however, his form was a revelation, with 77 goals in 88 appearances in the following two and a half seasons. Despite Coyle's goals, United could do no better than mid-table mediocrity in the Division Two and when Clyde expressed interest in December 1957, Coyle expressed his desire to move to the Division One side. An £8,000 deal was concluded and Coyle moved to Glasgow where he made an immediate impression with the Bully Wee, scoring frequently during the second half of the 1957-58 season. He also scored the winning goal in the 1958 Scottish Cup Final, as Clyde defeated Hibernian 1-0 at Hampden Park. Coyle's meteoric rise was confirmed when he was selected in the Scotland squad for the 1958 FIFA World Cup that summer. He did not make an appearance during the finals in Sweden however and indeed never actually played for the Scottish national side. Coyle's younger brother Jimmy was also a professional footballer, playing with Dundee United during the same period as John. He died on 14 May 2016.
  • John C. Coyle (né le 28 septembre 1932, et mort le 14 mai 2016) est un joueur de football international écossais, qui évoluait au poste d'attaquant.
  • John Cohen Coyle (28 de setembro de 1932 - 14 de maio de 2016) foi um futebolista escocês que atuava como atacante.
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