George Burrell Ramsay (1 March 1855 in Glasgow, Scotland – 7 October 1935 in Llandrindod Wells) was secretary/manager of Aston Villa Football Club in the most successful period of their history. His record of six League Championships is second only to Sir Alex Ferguson, and his record of six FA Cup victories stood for 95 years before being equalled by Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger in 2015 with a win over Aston Villa.

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  • George Burrell Ramsay (1 March 1855 in Glasgow, Scotland – 7 October 1935 in Llandrindod Wells) was secretary/manager of Aston Villa Football Club in the most successful period of their history. His record of six League Championships is second only to Sir Alex Ferguson, and his record of six FA Cup victories stood for 95 years before being equalled by Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger in 2015 with a win over Aston Villa. (en)
  • George Burrell Ramsay (1 March 1855 in Glasgow, Scotland – 7 October 1935 in Llandrindod Wells) was secretary and manager of Aston Villa Football Club in the most successful period of their history. His record of six League Championships and six FA Cups is second only to Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger respectively. (en)
  • George Burrell Ramsay (4 March 1855 – 7 October 1935) was a Scottish footballer. George became secretary and manager of Aston Villa Football Club in the most successful period of their history. His record of six League Championships and six FA Cups is second only to Arsène Wenger, who has won 7 FA Cups. (en)
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  • George Burrell Ramsay (1 March 1855 in Glasgow, Scotland – 7 October 1935 in Llandrindod Wells) was secretary/manager of Aston Villa Football Club in the most successful period of their history. His record of six League Championships is second only to Sir Alex Ferguson, and his record of six FA Cup victories stood for 95 years before being equalled by Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger in 2015 with a win over Aston Villa. (en)
  • George Burrell Ramsay (1 March 1855 in Glasgow, Scotland – 7 October 1935 in Llandrindod Wells) was secretary and manager of Aston Villa Football Club in the most successful period of their history. His record of six League Championships and six FA Cups is second only to Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger respectively. (en)
  • George Burrell Ramsay (4 March 1855 – 7 October 1935) was a Scottish footballer. George became secretary and manager of Aston Villa Football Club in the most successful period of their history. His record of six League Championships and six FA Cups is second only to Arsène Wenger, who has won 7 FA Cups. (en)
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