|Full name||John Fraser|
|Date of birth||12 July 1953|
|Place of birth||White City, England|
|Position(s)||Full back, utility player|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
After being spotted playing for his school team, Fraser entered the youth system at First Division club Fulham at the age of 14 in 1967. He began his career as a midfielder, but switched to full back under reserve team manager George Cohen and signed his first professional contract in 1971. He made his senior debut during the 1971-72 Second Division season and gradually built on his appearance record year-by-year to play 25 games during the 1974-75 season. An injury to Les Strong allowed him a place in the starting lineup for the 1975 FA Cup Final, which was lost 2-0 to West Ham United. Fraser fell out of favour with manager Alec Stock during the 1975-76 pre-season and departed the club at the end of the season. He made 65 appearances and scored one goal as a first team player at Craven Cottage.
Fraser dropped to Fourth Division to sign for Fulham's neighbours Brentford in July 1976 on a free transfer. He was a near ever-present during the 1976-77 season and was used in a utility role by manager Bill Dodgin Jr, playing both full back positions and on the wing. He was a regular until a groin injury ruined a successful 1977-78 season, in which he helped the Bees to automatic promotion to the Third Division by filling in at the midfield and at inside forward. He rejected a new contract and departed Griffin Park early in the 1980-81 season, despite having missed just four matches of the previous season. Fraser made 131 appearances and scored seven goals during three seasons with Brentford.
Fraser closed out his career in non-league football with Isthmian League First Division club Oxford City and made 42 appearances and scoring one goal during the 1980-81 season before retiring from football.
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