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Full Name: Richard Clarence Symons
Came from: Millbrook Rangers Went to: Oreston Rovers
First game: 26 April 1920 Last game: 26 April 1920
Appearances: 1 (1/0) Goals: 0
Born in Par, Cornwall, Symons was a footballer of some repute in the local game, having played for St Blazey, St Austell and Millbrook Rangers before joining Argyle in August 1919.
An inside-forward, the local press at the time reported that he had been playing for the Salonika Army side in the Army Championships at Aldershot before signing a Southern League contract with Argyle. His first outing for the club came in a scratch trial match against Munster Regiment at Home Park.
He went on to play for Argyle in the first two seasons after World War One, mainly for the reserve side but he did make one appearance for the first team before moving on to Oreston Rovers.
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