Larry Carberry

Larry Carberry


Larry Carberry

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Larry Carberry (born 18 January 1936 in Liverpool) is an English former professional footballer. Larry started his career with local amateurs Bootle in 1953.He was in the armed forces and still playing amateur level when the legendaryIpswich Town manager Alf Ramsey spotted him. During his career at Portman Road, he made over 250 appearances. He was ever-present in the side that won the League Championship in 1961-62, having previously won theThird Division South Championship in 1957 and the Division Two Championshipin 1960-61.In July 1965, he was transferred to Barrow. After a disappointing 17 league appearances in his two seasons at Holker Street, he joined Lancashire Combination side Burscough F.C. in 1967.


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