Tom Fenoughty (footballer, born 1905)

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Tom Fenoughty
Personal information
Full name Thomas Fenoughty
Date of birth(1905-07-07)7 July 1905
Place of birth Rotherham, England
Date of death 2001 (aged 9596)
Position(s) Inside forward
Senior career*
1925–1927 Rotherham United 0 (0)
1927–1934 York City 229 (97)
1934 Sheffield United 0 (0)
1934–1936 Rotherham United 64 (22)
Gainsborough Trinity ? (?)
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Thomas Fenoughty (7 July 1905 – 2001) was an English footballer.


Born in Rotherham, Fenoughty started his career with Rotherham United in 1925. [1] He was spotted playing Sunday School football in Rotherham and joined York City in 1927. [2] York reluctantly parted company with him in 1934 as the club were facing financial difficulties, after having made 252 appearances and scoring 104 goals for the club. [2] He was given a benefit match against Leeds United and offered to loan this benefit to the club. [2] He joined Sheffield United in 1934. [1] After making no league appearances for the club, he joined Rotherham United. [1] He made 64 appearances and scored 22 goals in the league for them and joined Gainsborough Trinity. [1]

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