Thomas Splitt

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Thomas Splitt
Personal information
Full name Thomas Splitt
Place of birth Lochgelly, Scotland
Position(s) Full back
Senior career*
Dunfermline Athletic
1909–1912 Burnley 47 (0)
Halifax Town
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Thomas Splitt was a Scottish professional association footballer who played as a full back.

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