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Oscar Hold (19 October 1918 – 11 October 2005), former footballer and manager, was born in Carlton, near Leeds, England. Hold played for Everton F.C. and Norwich City F.C.. He became manager of Doncaster Rovers in 1962, taking over from Danny Malloy, and also managed Turkish champion Fenerbahçe SK on (1964–65), with whom he won the Turkish League title and Atatürk Cup titles. He later coached a club in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In the seasons 1973–74 and 1983–84, he managed Apollon Limassol. He died in a Sunderland nursing home of bladder cancer in 2005.

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  • Oscar Hold (19 October 1918 – 11 October 2005), former footballer and manager, was born in Carlton, near Leeds, England. Hold played for Everton F.C. and Norwich City F.C.. He became manager of Doncaster Rovers in 1962, taking over from Danny Malloy, and also managed Turkish champion Fenerbahçe SK on (1964–65), with whom he won the Turkish League title and Atatürk Cup titles. He later coached a club in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In the seasons 1973–74 and 1983–84, he managed Apollon Limassol. He died in a Sunderland nursing home of bladder cancer in 2005.
  • Oscar Hold (19 October 1918 – 11 October 2005), former footballer and manager, was born in Carlton, near Leeds, England. Hold played for Everton F.C. and Norwich City F.C.. He became manager of Doncaster Rovers in 1962, taking over from Danny Malloy, and also managed Turkish champion Fenerbahçe SK on (1964–65), with whom he won the Turkish League title and Atatürk Cup titles. Then he trained the Saudi Al-Ahli club in Jeddah and won 4 titles, including the league title 3 times with two different names (General League Shield, King's Cup League) in 1968, 1970 and 1971 and the Saudi Crown Prince Cup in 1970. and 1983–84, he managed Apollon Limassol. He died in a Sunderland nursing home of bladder cancer in 2005.
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  • Oscar Hold (19 October 1918 – 11 October 2005), former footballer and manager, was born in Carlton, near Leeds, England. Hold played for Everton F.C. and Norwich City F.C.. He became manager of Doncaster Rovers in 1962, taking over from Danny Malloy, and also managed Turkish champion Fenerbahçe SK on (1964–65), with whom he won the Turkish League title and Atatürk Cup titles. He later coached a club in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In the seasons 1973–74 and 1983–84, he managed Apollon Limassol. He died in a Sunderland nursing home of bladder cancer in 2005.
  • Oscar Hold (19 October 1918 – 11 October 2005), former footballer and manager, was born in Carlton, near Leeds, England. Hold played for Everton F.C. and Norwich City F.C.. He became manager of Doncaster Rovers in 1962, taking over from Danny Malloy, and also managed Turkish champion Fenerbahçe SK on (1964–65), with whom he won the Turkish League title and Atatürk Cup titles. Then he trained the Saudi Al-Ahli club in Jeddah and won 4 titles, including the league title 3 times with two different names (General League Shield, King's Cup League) in 1968, 1970 and 1971 and the Saudi Crown Prince Cup in 1970. and 1983–84, he managed Apollon Limassol. He died in a Sunderland nursing home of bladder cancer in 2005.
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