Port Elizabeth F.C.
Jimmy Williams was their player coach during this period and the team gradually asserted itself. They went on to be the first South African club to employ players as full time professionals.
The year 1967 proved to be their best season when they won the National Football League under the guidance of manager Matt Crowe.
They managed over a period of a few short years to create a great following in Port Elizabeth and increased attendance from 200 to more than fifteen thousand spectators.
They were a team of many stars and players like Kevin Lewis, Stan Steel and Dennis Snowden were great favourites at grounds all over the country.
Clubs RecordsLeague: Runners up to Highlands Park in 1966 and winners in 1967.
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Port Elizabeth City F.C.Back: K. Sorrell, J. Gallagher, J. Scott, G. Morton, E. Peacock, G. Fincham, C. Orsmond, J. McLaren, H. Hough, T. Muir. Centre: G. Summers, T. Mancini, P. Kerr, J. Crossan, A. Malcolm, M. Crowe, A. Redpath, R. Hugo, G. Scott. Front: H. Houston, S. Knowles, D. Snowden, S. Steele, G. Spiers..