Richard Walden
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"Richard Walden" was an English professional footballer. A fullback, Walden played for Aldershot F.C./Aldershot and Sheffield Wednesday F.C./Sheffield Wednesday before joining Newport County A.F.C./Newport County in 1978.

Walden played over 400 league games for Aldershot. He scored the opening goal for Aldershot in the 1970-71 Football League Cup against Manchester United F.C / Manchester United, though Aldershot went on to lose 3-1.

Walden joined Newport County in 1978 and in doing so became the first player in British football to have the fee of £3,500 set by the transfer tribunal process.

Walden made 193 appearances for Newport scoring 3 goals during the most successful period in the clubs long history. Walden was part of the team that won promotion and the 1979–80 Welsh Cup and in the subsequent season reached the quarter-final of the 1980–81_European_Cup_Winners'_Cup/ 1981 European Cup Winners Cup.

In 1982 he joined Farnborough F.C./Farnborough Town.

Walden died 19 November 2009 aged 61 after a long illness.

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