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Len Goulden

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Leonard Arthur Goulden (16 July 1912 – 14 February 1995) was an English footballer, born at Homerton, in Hackney, London, and raised in nearby Plaistow. His son Roy was also a footballer. Club playing career Goulden signed for West Ham United as an amateur in 1931, but was sent out to Chelmsford City and Leyton to gain experience. During this time he supported himself by working at the Tate & Lyle sugar refinery in Silvertown. He signed professional forms with West Ham in 1933 and remained with the Hammers for six years, making over 250 appearances and scoring 55 goals from the inside-left position. He was an ever-present, along with Joe Cockroft, during the 1936–37 season. His West Ham career was interrupted when World War II started and he never played another competitive match for the club, though he did win the Football League War Cup with them in 1940. Following the conflict, he signed with west Londoners Chelsea for £4,500 and linked up well with fellow new signings T
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