Doug Rudham (3 May 1926 - 13 August 1991) was a South African footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Liverpool F.C. in The Football League. Rudham signed for Liverpool after impressing their staff while he was on tour in England with the South African national team. Rudham became first-choice goalkeeper during the 1954–55 season, despite conceding nine goals in a defeat to Birmingham City F.C.. The next seasons saw Rudham lose his place in the Liverpool goal following the arrival of Tommy Younger from Hibernian F.C.. He made only six appearances during his next three seasons at the club and left in May 1960.

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  • Doug Rudham (3 May 1926 - 13 August 1991) was a South African footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Liverpool F.C. in The Football League. Rudham signed for Liverpool after impressing their staff while he was on tour in England with the South African national team. Rudham became first-choice goalkeeper during the 1954–55 season, despite conceding nine goals in a defeat to Birmingham City F.C.. The next seasons saw Rudham lose his place in the Liverpool goal following the arrival of Tommy Younger from Hibernian F.C.. He made only six appearances during his next three seasons at the club and left in May 1960. (en)
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  • Doug Rudham (3 May 1926 - 13 August 1991) was a South African footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Liverpool F.C. in The Football League. Rudham signed for Liverpool after impressing their staff while he was on tour in England with the South African national team. Rudham became first-choice goalkeeper during the 1954–55 season, despite conceding nine goals in a defeat to Birmingham City F.C.. The next seasons saw Rudham lose his place in the Liverpool goal following the arrival of Tommy Younger from Hibernian F.C.. He made only six appearances during his next three seasons at the club and left in May 1960. (en)
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  • Doug Rudham (en)
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