William 'Billy' Rafferty (born 30 December 1950 in Glasgow) is a former Scottish footballer who played as a forward. Most notable for a two-year spell spearheading the attack for Plymouth Argyle alongside Paul Mariner in the 1970s. Rafferty began his league career with Coventry City after joining them from Port Glasgow but found opportunities few and far between. A move to Blackpool in 1972 saw him play and score more regularly before joining Plymouth Argyle a year later. More information...
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