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Henry Mowbray
Henry Mowbray
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Henry Mowbray (Left back, 1966-67) – Late in 1966 young Henry Mowbray featured as a trialist for Cowden. He did well and was promptly signed from Blairhall. Blackpool had been interested in Cowden’s Andy Rolland but liked the look of the new lad even more. In April 1967, Blackpool’s Stan Mortenson offered 6,000 for Henry and a new record fee was pocketed by Cowden. Henry had never played in a losing Cowden side away from home. Stan signed Mowbray on the same day as Tony Green from Albion Rovers. Henry played for Blackpool in the top flight of the English game. He later followed his old Blackpool team-mate Jimmy Armfield to Burnden Park and joined Bolton Wanderers. He had a good career in England but after six years came back to Scotland and joined St Mirren. His Love Street spell was brief and he elected to go down under where he enjoyed some good times playing for Melbourne Hakoah and Sydney City. Nowadays Henry lives in Dunfermline and is a regular at Central Park. He is also a Cowden shareholder.

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