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- Alan Morton: Alan Lauder Morton was a Scottish international footballer and "Wembley Wizard". He was known for his stirring wing play as an outside-left and commitment to Rangers. He retired from active play in 1933.
- Alan Morton is an English former professional footballer who scored 28 goals from 94 appearances in the Football League playing as an inside forward for Peterborough United, Lincoln City and Chesterfield.
- Alan Morton is an English former professional footballer who played in the Football League, as a forward.
- born on (65 years ago) in Erith
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by Nina Mjagkij
Kraut, Alan Morton. “Partisanship and Principles: The Liberty Party in Antebellum Political Culture.” InCrusaders andCompromisers: Essays on the Relationshipof theAntislavery Struggle to the AntebellumParty System. Ed. Alan M.Kraut.
by John Kenneth Muir
Alan Morton. The Complete Directory to Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Television Series:A Compre- hensive Guide to the First 50 Years, 1946– 1996.
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