Rodney Marsh

Rodney Marsh joined Fulham in 1962. He made 68 appearances, scoring 22 goals.

In March 1966 Marsh signed for 3rd division Queens Park Rangers.
During his time at the club they climbed into the 1st division and won the League Cup (1967).
Marsh made 242 appearances for Rangers and scored 134 goals.

March 1972- QPR were back in division 2 and they sold Marsh to  Manchester City for £200,000. Marsh reckons that he cost City the championship that season. 
Marsh scored 47 goals in 152 appearances for City, but won no major honours and found him self increasingly at odds with the establishment.  He was transfer listed after criticizing manger Tony Book.
Marsh played briefly in Ireland for Cork Hibernians  before moving to the USA where he played for Tampa Bay Rowdies. 

The Rowdies owner had said  Rodney Marsh was known as the white Pelé. Marsh turned this around and said that Pelé was known as the black Rodney Marsh.

Marsh returned to Fulham, then in the second division , in August 1976. He made 22 appearances and scored 6 goals before retiring and returning to the USA. 

Marsh was never going to be the sort of player to fit into the England set up. Sir Alf Ramsey gave him 9 caps, and he scored 1 international goal. Don Revie's appointment as England head coach ended his chances of international football.