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Joe Palmer

For other people named Joseph Palmer, see Joseph Palmer (disambiguation).

Joe Palmer (born circa 1890 in Yorkshire) was a football manager, who was the first man to manage both Bristol City and Bristol Rovers.

Palmer was in charge of Bristol Rovers from May 1926 until April 1929, and was manager of Bristol City between 1919 and 1921. Between these spells he was trainer of Bradford Park Avenue.

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