"Eric "Rabbit" Parsons" was a Football (soccer)/footballer who played for West Ham United F.C./West Ham United, Chelsea F.C./Chelsea and Brentford F.C./Brentford in England.

A Winger (football)/winger and crowd favourite whose blistering pace earned him the nickname "the Rabbit", Parsons started his career with West Ham United, spotted by the club during a game against West Ham Boys at Boleyn Ground/Upton Park while playing for Worthing Boys. He played his first game for the Irons on 4 January 1947, in a Football League Division Two/Division Two game against Leicester City F.C./Leicester City, then his second a week later against the same club in the FA Cup. He was an ever-present during the 1947-48 in English football/1947–48 and 1948-49 in English football/1948–49 seasons, and made a total of 152 appearances for the club, scoring 35 goals. His last game came against Notts County F.C./Notts County on 25 November 1950.

He served in Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein/Montgomery's British Eighth Army/Eighth Army during the Second World War.

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