Pat Probert

Pat Probert

By Lucas Flanders
30 October 2020
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Blues say goodbye to club legend...


It is with great sadness that the Club has to announce the death of Pat Probert.

Pat joined the Metropolitan Police as a cadet and was attested as a constable in 1965. An outstanding footballer, Pat represented the Met as a cadet starting as a left-winger but later converting to left side defence where he excelled. Pat was captain of the Met team for a number of years and was a first-team player for many seasons. Pat was renown as a hard-tackling defender.

Pat also represented the British Police national side on a number of occasions as well as his home County, Derbyshire.

Pat enjoyed a very successful and distinguished career, working in some high profile locations such as Brixton. He held the rank of Chief Superintendent before retirement in 1995.

Pat was a life member of the Met Police Football Club.

Our sincere condolences go to his wife Maureen and family at this very sad time.

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