David Calderhead Jr.

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David Calderhead Jr.
Personal information
Place of birth Scotland
Youth career
Lincoln City
1907–1911 Chelsea
Senior career*
1911–1914 Chelsea 34 (1)
Leicester Fosse ? (?)
Teams managed
1921–1924 Lincoln City
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

David Calderhead Jr. was a Scottish professional football player and manager.



Calderhead played for Lincoln City, Chelsea and Leicester Fosse. [1]

Calderhead later managed Lincoln City from April 1921 to May 1924. [2]

Personal life

His father was David Calderhead. who was also a football player and manager, notable for managing Chelsea for 26 years.

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Founded in 1884, Lincoln City F.C. won the Midland League in 1889–90, their first full season playing league football. They moved on from the Football Alliance to become founder members of the Football League Second Division in 1892, remaining there until they failed re-election in 1908. They won immediate re-election after winning the next year's Midland League, and would repeat this feat after failing re-election again in 1911 and 1920. Founder members of the Football League Third Division North in 1921, they won promotion as champions in 1931–32, but were relegated two seasons later. Crowned Third Division North champions again in 1947–48, they were relegated the next year, but would remain in the second tier for nine seasons after again winning the Third Division North title in 1951–52. Two successive relegations left them in the Fourth Division by 1962, where they would remain until Graham Taylor's title winning campaign of 1975–76.


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  2. "Manager profile". League Managers Association. Archived from the original on 25 March 2012. Retrieved 6 December 2010.