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November 04, 1951,

Kensington, London.

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November 1st 1972

A towering target man, Ross Jenkins spent ten years at Vicarage Road with his contributions being recognised both in 1976 and 1979 when he won the Player of the Season award.


Despite a tough start to his Watford career, Jenkins played almost 400 times for the club earning a legendary status in the process for his role in the team’s rise through English football.


With intelligent movement and a strong aerial prowess, coupled with excellent service, Jenkins was a deadly forward for the Hornets scoring 142 during his time in Hertfordshire.