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George Graham Aitken (28 May 1925 – 22 January 2003) was a Scottish international footballer, who played for clubs including East Fife and Sunderland. Aitken was part of the East Fife's famous half back line of Philp, Finlay and Aitken. Following his retirement as a player, Aitken spent six years as a coach at Watford.
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George Graham Aitken (28 May 1925 – 22 January 2003) was a Scottish international footballer, who played for clubs including East Fife and Sunderland. Aitken was part of the East Fife's famous half back line of Philp, Finlay and Aitken. He became the club's most capped Scotland player of all time, picking up five caps in 1949 and 1950. He always played for winning Scotland sides while with the Fifers. Aitken was among the players to have played for the club in their successful post war era when they enjoyed creditable league and cup success. Aitken won a further three caps after his transfer to Sunderland. Following his retirement as a player, Aitken spent six years as a coach at Watford.
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