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Ivor Broadis During a career spanning eighteen years from 1942 to 1960, Broadis represented Carlisle United, Sunderland, Manchester City, Newcastle United and Queen of the South, gaining 14 caps and scoring eight goals for England at international level. Broadis played at inside forward; after retiring from playing in 1960, he pursued a career as a football journalist.
Ivor Broadis Broadis recalled to the "Northern Echo" how he was in Italy when news of the Japanese surrender arrived. "Next day we flew hundreds of troops back to England, some of whom hadn't had leave for five years. I was navigator, so I kept passing round notes telling them where we were. It was very emotional when we came over the white cliffs of Dover and you could see all the bonfires down below. I have very fond memories of that."
Ivor Broadis At the end of the war Broadis was posted to Crosby-on-Eden. "Until after the war I'd never been so far north in my life, I thought I'd need a dog team to get up here," recalled Broadis. When Carlisle United heard how close he was, when he was just 23, they offered him the player/manager's position in August 1946. Broadis is still the youngest man to have been player/manager in the English Football League.
Ivor Broadis Broadis is the first manager to transfer himself to another club when he sold himself to Sunderland in January 1949. As Broadis told the BBC, "Carlisle got £18,000 for me. It was an incredible amount in those days". Broadis was succeeded as manager by Bill Shankly. Broadis continued to live and train in Carlisle.
Ivor Broadis Sunderland's big spending transfer fees on Broadis and others led to the club being known at this time as the "Bank of England club." Alongside the likes of England internationals Len Shackleton, Dickie Davis, Willie Watson and Wales' Trevor Ford, Broadis scored 27 goals in 84 Sunderland appearances.
Ivor Broadis In a game of eight goals in Budapest on 23 May 1954 Broadis was the only England player able to score. In reply the speed, skill and movement of the Hungary `Golden Team´ featuring Ferenc Puskás, Sándor Kocsis, Zoltán Czibor, Nándor Hidegkuti and József Bozsik rattled in 7 in giving their opponents a football lesson. After the game bewildered England centre half Syd Owen said, “It was like playing people from outer space”. Tom Finney commented of Broadis, "I remember when he had taken his boots off after the Budapest match, he warned everyone, "Don't touch them unless you're wearing gloves, they're red hot". Broadis added, "It's the first time I've ever come off the pitch with a sunburned tongue!"" This is still England's record defeat. Broadis hadn't played when Hungary won 6-3 at Wembley the previous November.
Ivor Broadis With Shankly's infectious enthusiasm he would ask Broadis, "Are you doing anything this afternoon? Aye, right then, if you're not, come down to the ground." They would upturn two chimney pots to each be a goal and play one-a-side.
Ivor Broadis Of his transfer to Sunderland Broadis remarked, "All I did was exercise the right to be transferred. Blackburn, Man City and Preston were interested but only Bill Murray, the Sunderland manager, came to see me. That's why I joined but it was the board who agreed the fee." On his £12 a week Broadis commented, "When I was playing, the only agent was Dick Tracy." Broadis went on to grace England’s top division for the next 6 and half seasons.
Ivor Broadis In his time at QoS he hit four goals on Boxing day 1959 in a 7-1 home win over Queen's Park. The Doonhamers' other goals came from Percy Dunlop (2) and Bobby Black. The consolation goal for Queen's Park was scored by future Aberdeen and Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson. Broadis scored 20 goals in his 63 league games for Queens. Broadis´ performances prompted the offer of a contract from top division Hearts. Broadis decided that he would end his playing days with Queens, however, before moving on to the next step in his career. At the time of his 90th birthday he was the oldest surviving ex-Queens player.
Ivor Broadis Broadis played at the 1954 FIFA World Cup. Playing in all 3 England games Broadis scored 2 goals, both against Belgium. Broadis was thus the first Englishman to score twice in a game in the World Cup finals, 30 minutes ahead of Nat Lofthouse who also scored two in the same 4 - 4 draw. Broadis was thus also part of the 1st ever England team to play in the World Cup quarter finals, a level England have surpassed only once away from home.