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Anthony John Priscott (born 19 March 1941) is an English former professional footballer who played as a winger.
Portsmouth F.C. 35 appearances 6 goals
August 1962-January 1966 Aldershot F.C. 141 appearances 44 goals
January 1966-August 1967 AFC Bournemouth61 appearances 6 goals
August 1967-July 1971 Aldershot F.C.(2nd spell) 136 appearances 26 goals
FOOTBALL LEAGUE TOTAL 372 appearances 82 goals
July 1971-June 1973 Poole Town 59 appearances 3 goals.
June 1973 Ringwood Town Data not found
On Saturday 20 January 2007, The News (Portsmouth, UK) Sports Mail Edition featured Priscott in its "Where are they now?" column. He is now a Christian minister.
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