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Len Duquemin

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Leonard Stanley Duquemin (17 July 1924 – 20 April 2003) was a professional footballer best known as a player for Tottenham Hotspur. Nicknamed The Duke, he made his debut for Spurs in March 1946, and was a key member of Arthur Rowe's successful "push and run" side that won the league title in 1951. Career Born in Cobo, Guernsey, Duquemin was the first famous footballer to come from the Channel Islands. During the German occupation of the Channel Islands during World War II he played for champions Vauxbelets Old Boys Association, when games were permitted by the German occupiers. He made a single appearance for Colchester United in 1946. He scored on his Spurs debut in a 5–1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday at White Hart Lane in August 1947 in the old Second Division. Over the next ten years he made 307 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur and scored 134 goals. He won the League Championship in 1951 having won the Second Division title the year before. Known as 'Reliable Len' fo
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