BioRoy McCrohan is a former professional footballer who played as a half-back.
Born in Reading, Berkshire, McCrohan spent the majority of his career with Norwich City before playing for Colchester United and Bristol Rovers. He was a member of the Norwich sides which reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup in 1959 as a third division team, won promotion to division two in 1960 and won the League Cup in 1962.
He later coached at Bristol Rovers, Aldershot, Ipswich Town and was assistant manager at Luton Town before moving to live in the United States. He was an assistan coach for the Detroit Express for the 1978 NASL season. He was named head coach of the Minnesota Kicks on December 14, 1978. He coached the team for the 1979 NASL season and first nine games of the 1980 NASL season. He lives in Tallahassee, Florida and coaches youth soccer.
|First Appearance||Appearances||First Goal||Goals|
|06-12-1947 vs Erith||8||10-01-1948 vs Uxbridge||1|
|24-01-1948||Slough Town||2-3||Carshalton Ath||League||Match report|
|17-01-1948||Slough Town||1-2||Maidenhead United||League||Match report|
|10-01-1948||Uxbridge||1-4||Slough Town||League||Match report|
|03-01-1948||Slough Town||5-0||Bedford Avenue||League||Match report|
|26-12-1947||Maidenhead United||2-1||Slough Town||League||Match report|
|20-12-1947||Slough Town||1-2||Chesham United||League||Match report|
|13-12-1947||Chesham United||3-3||Slough Town||League||Match report|
|06-12-1947||Slough Town||2-2||Erith||League||Match report|
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