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Thomas Sawyer (1874 – unknown) was an English footballer. His regular position was as a forward.
He played for Derby County (2 appearances as an inside forward in 1894–95 season),Newton Heath (6 appearances as an outside right in 1899–1900 and 1900–01 seasons) and Chesterfield (9 appearances in 1901–02 season).
John Hope Peddie, commonly known as Jack or Jock Peddie, was a Scottish footballer who played for various clubs in both England and Scotland, including Newcastle United, Manchester United, Plymouth Argyle and Heart of Midlothian. As a Plymouth player, he is most famous for scoring their first ever goals in the Western and Southern Leagues.
Brian John McClair is a Scottish football coach and former professional footballer.
James McLachlan Turnbull was a Scottish footballer who played as a forward, most notably for Manchester United, with whom he won the Football League and the FA Charity Shield in 1908 and the FA Cup in 1909. He was the first player to net a hat-trick in a Charity Shield game.
Frederick Charles Erentz was a Scottish footballer who played at half-back and full-back for Dundee Our Boys and Newton Heath in the 1880s, 1890s and early 1900s.
George Turner Livingstone was a Scottish footballer. He played for several prominent clubs for a few years apiece, including Heart of Midlothian, Celtic and Rangers in Scotland, and Sunderland, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United in England. Livingstone was capped twice for the Scotland national team; his regular position was at inside forward.
Alexander William Menzies was a Scottish footballer who played as a forward for Heart of Midlothian and Manchester United in the 1900s.
Samuel Thomas McMillan is a Northern Irish ex-footballer who played as a left winger or centre forward for various Football League clubs in the 1960s and early 1970s, including Manchester United, Wrexham, Southend United and Stockport County.
William Grassam was a Scottish footballer who played as a forward.
Hugh Morgan [other source shows birth year of 1876] was a Scottish footballer who played as a forward for several clubs in both Scotland and England.
Henry Bernt Erentz was a Scottish footballer who played as a right-back for various clubs in both Scotland and England.
Thomas Boyle was an English footballer who played as an inside right or right half. He played for Sheffield United, Manchester United and Northampton Town, winning the FA Cup with Sheffield United in 1925. He later spent a season as player-manager of Scarborough.
William Smith, commonly known as Stockport Smith, was an English footballer. His regular position was as an inside right, but he also played in various other forward positions and even as a wing half on occasion. He played for Stockport County, Manchester City, and Newton Heath. He joined Manchester City from Stockport in 1897 and scored 22 goals in 54 league appearances in three years at the club. He is often confused with another William Smith who played for Manchester City at the same time; because of this, they were known to Manchester City fans by the clubs they were signed from; this William Smith is referred to as "Stockport Smith" and the other as "Buxton Smith".
William Booth was an English footballer. His regular position was as a forward. Born in Stockport, he played for Manchester United and Edge Lane.
JamesBain was a Scottish professional footballer and manager, best remembered for his 28 years as a player, manager and assistant manager at Brentford. In 2013, Bain placed fifth in a Football League 125th Anniversary poll of Brentford's best ever captains and was inducted into the club's Hall of Fame in May 2015.
Walter Whittaker was an English football goalkeeper who played in the Football League for Newton Heath, Grimsby Town, Blackburn Rovers, Derby County, Clapton Orient and Swansea Town.
John Sneddon was a Scottish professional footballer who played as a forward.
William Brady was a Scottish professional footballer who played as a forward.