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Paul Randall
Full name Paul Randall
Nationality Eng England
Rovers apps (goals)a 239 (94)
Position Forward
Date of birth 16 February 1958
in Liverpool
Height 5 ft 11 in
August 1977 from Frome Town
January 1981 from Stoke City
December 1978 to join Stoke City
March 1986 to join Yeovil Town
Senior clubs
Frome Town
Bristol Rovers
Stoke City
Bristol Rovers
Yeovil Town
Bath City
a League appearances and goals only
Last updated by Gasheadsteve on 22/03/2012

Paul Randall is a former forward player for Bristol Rovers who had two spells at the club, and was the guest of honour at the FA Cup fifth round win over Southampton on his 50th birthday. Randall scored both goals in a 2-0 FA Cup win over Southampton in 1978.

Paul's first spell at the club began in 1977 when he was discovered playing local non-league football. He made 239 league appearances for The Pirates, scoring 94 goals in his time at Eastville, which was interrupted only by a brief spell as a Stoke City player. He played 46 times in the league for Stoke, finding the net on only seven occasions. After his second spell at Rovers ended in 1986 he dropped back down to non-league football and had spells with Yeovil Town, Bath City, Weymouth, Clevedon Town, Welton Rovers, Glastonbury, Street and Wells City.