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Reg Pickett was an English former professional footballer. During his career he made over 100 appearances for both Portsmouth F.C. and Ipswich Town in a professional career that spanned from 1949 to 1963.
Pickett had been playing non-league football with Weybridge prior to joining Portsmouth. He was a member of Portsmouth's Football League Championship winning sides in the late 1940s. In 1957 he signed for Ipswich for £5,000 by Sir Alf Ramsey and was made captain. He went on to make 148 appearances for the Suffolk club, scoring four times.
Born in Bareilly in India, Pickett appeared in 26 games in the 1960/61 campaign in which Ipswich won the Second Division but on only three occasions the following year when Town won the Football League championship for the only time in their history.
He then joined Stevenage in June 1963.
He died in a nursing home in Rowlands Castle, Hampshire, on November 4, 2012, aged 85.