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Danny Hale (footballer)

Danny Hale is a former Northern Irish footballer.

Hale played with Crusaders in the Irish League in the 1960s. He represented Northern Ireland as an Amateur International and was a prolific goalscorer for Crusaders. He scored a total of 143 goals in four seasons with the club, placing him third in their all-time top scorers list, behind Curry Mulholland (149), and Glenn Hunter (157). He netted 21 goals in the 1962/63 season, 34 goals in 1963/64, 33 goals in 1964/65 and a club record 55 goals in the 1965/66 season.

He then transferred to League of Ireland club [2].

He later played for Derry City, and finished as Irish League top goalscorer in the 1968/69 season.

After his footballing career came to an end, Hale ran his own upholstery service and now lectures to technical students on his profession.

Danny Hale is the Honorary President of Newington Youth Club FC, a club for which his son (also called Danny) had a distinguished amateur career.

The Danny Hale Lounge opened under the main stand at Seaview in 2012.

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