The longest-standing player of all time, Stanley Matthews' career spanned 33 years by the time he decided to retire. Playing in the traditional outside-right position, Matthews was without rival. He turned professional with Stoke City in 1932 at age 17 and inspired the team's promotion from the second division, a feat he repeated at age 46 in 1961. Matthews famously inspired Blackpool to a 3-1 comeback against Bolton, to win the 1953 FA Cup final.
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