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Reidar Sundby (17 October 1926 – 27 October 2014) was a Norwegian footballer.

He started his career in Stag, and joined Larvik Turn in 1952. With his team he won the Norwegian Main League 1952-53, the Norwegian Main League 1954-55 and the Norwegian Main League 1955-56 and became top goalscorer in the Norwegian Main League 1958-59. He scored 71 goals in 110 first-tier games for Larvik Turn. [1]

He was capped once for Norway, in 1954, and even scored in the game against Sweden. He later coached Stag. [1] [2]

He died in October 2014. [1] He was the father of Tom Sundby.

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References

  1. 1 2 3 Rugsveen, Henning (1 November 2014). "- Reidar var en fantastisk mann". Østlands-Posten (in Norwegian). p. 15.
  2. "ADELSKALENDER FOR NORSKE LANDSLAGSSPILLERE" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 31 December 2014.