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Michael Moore (born 20 July 1952) is an English former Association football, footballer. A midfielder, he played for Preston North End F.C., Preston North End and Port Vale F.C., Port Vale, but made his name at both Southport F.C., Southport and Wigan Athletic F.C., Wigan Athletic. He helped Southport to the Football League Fourth Division, Fourth Division title in 1972–73 Football League, 1972–73, and also played for Wigan in their first ever season in the English Football League, Football League. He also enjoyed an extensive non-league career, turning out for eleven different clubs, as well as spending a brief period in the United States with Dallas Tornado. Playing career Moore played youth football for Adlington Rangers and Blackburn Rovers F.C., Blackburn Rovers, before becoming an unused squad member for Football League Third Division, Third Division side Preston North End F.C., Preston North End in 1970–71 Football League, 1970–71, during which time he also playe ...
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Chorley
Chorley is a town in Lancashire, England, north of Wigan, south west of Blackburn, north west of Bolton, south of Preston, Lancashire, Preston and north west of Manchester. The town's wealth came principally from the cotton industry. In the 1970s, the skyline was dominated by factory chimneys, but most have now been demolished: remnants of the industrial past include Morrisons chimney and other mill buildings, and the streets of terraced houses for mill workers. Chorley is the home of the Chorley cake. At the United Kingdom Census 2011, 2011 Census, it had a population of 34,667. History Toponymy The name ''Chorley'' comes from two Old English language, Anglo-Saxon words, and , probably meaning "the peasants' clearing". (also or ) is a common element of place-name, meaning a clearing in a woodland; refers to a person of status similar to a Franklin (class), freeman or a yeoman. Prehistory There was no known occupation in Chorley until the Middle Ages, though archaeo ...
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