|Born:||June 11, 1935|
|NFL draft|| 1957 / Round: 5 / Pick: 51|
(By the Los Angeles Rams)
|Career highlights and awards|
Clarence Dean Derby (born June 11, 1935 in Leavenworth, Washington) is a former American football defensive back in the National Football League. He played six seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1957–1961) and the Minnesota Vikings (1961–1962).
1961 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.
Dean Nicholas Saunders is a former Welsh football manager and former professional footballer who played as a striker in a career which lasted from 1982 until 2001.
David Craig Mackay was a Scottish football player and manager. Mackay was best known for a highly successful playing career with Heart of Midlothian, the Double-winning Tottenham Hotspur side of 1961, and winning the league with Derby County as a manager. He also represented Scotland 22 times, and was selected for their 1958 FIFA World Cup squad. Mackay tied with Tony Book of Manchester City for the Football Writers' Association's Footballer of the Year award in 1969 and was later listed by the Football League in their "100 Legends", as well as being an inaugural inductee to both the English and Scottish Football Halls of Fame. He was described, by Tottenham Hotspur, as one of their greatest players and was known as 'the heartbeat' of their most successful ever team.
Dean Leacock is an English professional footballer who plays for Lowestoft Town. He is primarily a centre-back, but he can also play as a right back or a defensive midfielder.
Dean William Moxey is an English professional footballer who plays for National League club Torquay United as a full-back.
Borrowash Victoria Association Football Club is a football club based in Spondon, Derby, England. They are currently members of the United Counties League Division One and play at the Asterdale Bowl. The club originated in the adjacent village of Borrowash before relocating to Spondon in 1984.
Derby County Football Club is a professional association football club based in Derby, Derbyshire, England. The club competes in the Championship, the second tier of English football. Derby has played its home matches at Pride Park Stadium since 1997.
Gazélec Football Club Ajaccio, commonly referred to as GFC Ajaccio, GFCA, Gazélec Ajaccio or simply Gazélec, is a French football club from Ajaccio, Corsica. Founded in 1960, Gazélec play in the Championnat National 3, the fifth tier of football in France.
The 1933 FA Cup Final was a football match between Everton and Manchester City on 29 April 1933 at Wembley Stadium in London. The deciding match of English football's primary cup competition, the Football Association Challenge Cup, it was the 62nd final, and the 11th at Wembley. The 1933 final was the first where the players, including goalkeepers, were issued numbers for identification. Everton were allocated numbers 1–11 and Manchester City numbers 12–22.
Victor Timothy Ward was an English footballer and subsequently football manager, most notable for his time with Derby County.
John Brian Walsh was an English professional footballer.
Barrie Spencer Jones is a Welsh former professional footballer. During his career, he made over 350 appearances in The Football League with Swansea Town, Plymouth Argyle and Cardiff City and represented Wales at both under-23 and senior level.
David "Dai" Ward was a Welsh former professional footballer and Wales international. During his career in The Football League, he averaged a goal every other game, scoring 160 goals in 316 matches between 1954 and 1965.
During the 1991–92 English football season, Derby County F.C. competed in the Football League Second Division, following relegation from the First Division the previous season.
During the 1979–80 English football season, Everton F.C. competed in the Football League First Division. They finished 19th in the table with 35 points.
Peter John Alan Robinson is an Anglican priest serving as the Dean of Derby; he was previously Archdeacon of Lindisfarne.
The Rijeka–Pula derby, also called Derby della Učka is the name given to matches between Rijeka and Istra 1961. It is a regional derby between football clubs from Croatia’s two largest northern coastal cities, Rijeka and Pula. The teams are supported by their fanbases called Rijeka's Armada and Pula's Demoni.
The Copa del Generalísimo 1961 Final was the 59th final of the King's Cup. The final was played at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, on 2 July 1961, being won by Club Atlético de Madrid, who beat Real Madrid 3–2.
Woodhouse Lane Stadium was a greyhound racing and speedway stadium, located in Wigan.