Tim Maloney (footballer)

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Tim Maloney
Personal information
Full name Timothy George Maloney [1]
Date of birth 9 December 1908
Place of birth Middlesbrough, England [1]
Date of death 1966 (aged 5758) [1]
Position(s) Winger
Senior career*
1924–1925 Grangetown
1924–1925 South Bank
1926–1927 Middlesbrough 0 (0)
1927–1928 Hull City 0 (0)
1928–1929 Darlington 13 (4)
1931–1932 Stoke City 8 (1)
1932 South Bank
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Timothy George Maloney (9 December 1908 – 1966) was a footballer who played in the Football League for Darlington and Stoke City. [1]



Maloney played non-league football for Grangetown and South Bank before joining his local league club Middlesbrough in 1926. [1] He failed to make an appearance for Boro and joined Hull City a year later however again failed to make his mark and so joined Darlington. [1] He showed his abilities for "Darlo" scoring four goals in thirteen matches from the wing position which prompted Stoke City to sign him in 1931. However he never impressed and after eight appearances and one goal in 1931–32, Maloney was released and he re-joined South Bank. [1]

Career statistics

Source: [2]

ClubSeasonLeagueFA CupTotal
Darlington 1929–30 Third Division North 13400134
Stoke City 1931–32 Second Division 810081
Career total21500215

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  1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Matthews, Tony (1994). The Encyclopaedia of Stoke City. Lion Press. ISBN   0-9524151-0-0.
  2. Tim Maloney at the English National Football Archive (subscription required)