Rodney Wing was an outside-right who could also play on the left wing. On QPR books in 1960-1, he went to Yiewsley, where he played in the Southern League as an amateur. He joined Hayes in summer 1963 and was soon selected for Middlesex and the Athenian League representative side. After a full 1963-4 season he went to Northumberland on business and returned after the start of the 1964-5 season, but could not get back into the first team. After a London Senior Cup tie and a friendly, he moved to St Albans City in December 1964. He returned to Hayes in summer 1966 and started the new season as the regular choice at outside-right, but he was relegated to the bench in November and dropped out. He had made a total of 58+1 appearances and scored six goals. He was playing for Eastcote in October 1969 and was recorded as working at Rolls Royce at Leavesden from 1970 to 1991. He was reported as living at Nottingham in December 2003 and awaiting his retirement.
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