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Norman Curtis 10 September 1924 – 7 September 2009 was an English-born footballer, who played as a full back in the Football League in the 1950s and 1960s
He started his Football League career at a relatively late age, moving from Gainsborough Trinity to Sheffield Wednesday in 1950 when aged 25 Curtis went on to make 324 senior appearances scoring 24 goals for Wednesday between 1950–60 During his time at Wednesday the club experienced three promotions and three relegations between the First Division and the Second Division He was nicknamed 'Cannonball' as when he took Wednesday's penalties he ran from inside his own half
He moved to Doncaster Rovers for 1960–61 as a player-manager and made 39 league appearances before moving to Buxton for four years as player-manager
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- ^ Playing Stats at Neil Brown
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