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|Full name||Joseph Victor Fascione|
|Date of birth||5 February 1945|
|Place of birth||Coatbridge, Scotland|
|Date of death||5 February 2019(aged 74)|
|–1962||Kirkintilloch Rob Roy|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
A right sided winger, Fascione started out with Scottish junior side Kirkintilloch Rob Roy, before being signed for Londoners Chelsea by Tommy Docherty in September 1962. Fascione would remain with the club until 1969, but the presence of fellow wingers Bert Murray and Charlie Cooke ensured that he featured only sporadically in the first team, making a total of just 34 appearances. He was, however, one of the eight players infamously sent home by Docherty for breaking a pre-match curfew in Blackpool in April 1965.
Upon leaving Chelsea he signed for Durban City F.C. in South Africa in the summer of 1969. He returned to the UK in late 1971, but due to problems in having his playing registration released from South Africa was unable to sign for a club until July 1972. He then joined Dundee United on a trial basis but was released shortly afterwards, having only appeared in pre-season friendly matches.
He died on 5 February 2019, his 74th birthday. 
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- Joe Fascione at Post War English & Scottish Football League A–Z Player's Database
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- Archive – Past Managers Archived 16 September 2016 at the Wayback Machine Barking F.C.
- "Joe Fascione, 1945-2019 - Official Site - Chelsea Football Club". ChelseaFC.
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