Malden Vale F.C.

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Malden Vale FC merged with Raynes Park to form Raynes Park Vale in 1995.

Ex-players include Jody Morris (ex-Chelsea) and Clinton Morrison (Crystal Palace, Birmingham City & Republic of Ireland).

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