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Pat Welton
A former Leyton Orient and Queens Park Rangers player Pat Welton was an influential youth coach and spent a large part of the 1970s at Tottenham Hotspur.
Was appointed as manager of St. Albans City in January 1959 where he spent just over two seasons before taking charge at Clapton and Walthamstow Avenue. In the early 1960s, he managed/coached the England Youth team as they hosted a UEFA international tournament which England won, beating Northern Ireland 4-0 at Wembley in the 1963 final.
A further appointment as a manager came his way with Corinthian Casuals and he was the football coach at Forest School in Woodford. Welton became the first full time Spurs youth team manager in August 1969 and was at the helm when the Youth team won the FA Youth Cup twice in the early 1970s. His impressive handling of the younger sides brought him to the attention of Keith Burkinshaw when he was manager and he promoted Pat to Reserve Team manager in 1974 and then to be his assistant between the years of 1976 and 1980.
Pat linked up with Burkinshaw again later that decade, when Keith was manager of the Bahrain national team.

Pat died on 28th June 2010 after a battle with cancer.

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Pat Welton's managerial record
Season Games Won Drawn Lost Win%
Season 1958-59 12 1 3 8 8.33
Season 1959-60 38 14 6 18 36.84
Season 1960-61 42 17 6 19 40.48
Total 92 32 15 45 34.78

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