Tom Fleetwood (born 1888) was a footballer who played in the Football League for Everton, Rochdale and Oldham Athletic.
Fleetwood signed for Everton in 1911 and had a good career playing in a number of positions, he was mainly "A Centre Half as hard as nails" this statement was on a caricature that our family own and his nickname was "THE WAR HORSE" with a name like that I can only picture a solid dependable, workmanlike figure who was pretty no nonsense figure.
He won the old English First Division Football League with his beloved Everton in the 1914–15 season. Fleetwood later in his career signed for Oldham Athletic but returned to Everton as a scout then had the honour of becoming Chief Scout and had a large influence in the signing/scouting of Dixie Dean and Tommy Lawton.[ citation needed ]
Joseph Royle is an English football manager and former footballer. In his playing career as a striker, he debuted for Everton at the age of 16 and went on to play for Manchester City, Bristol City, Norwich City, and the England national team. Later, he managed Oldham Athletic, Everton, Manchester City, and Ipswich Town. He is currently a director at Oldham Athletic.
Graeme Marshall Sharp is a Scottish former professional football player and manager. Sharp played as a forward for Dumbarton, Everton, Oldham Athletic and Bangor City. He enjoyed great success with Everton, helping them win English league championships in 1985 and 1987, the FA Cup in 1984 and the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1985. He made 12 international appearances for Scotland, and was selected in their 1986 World Cup squad.
Daniel Andrew Hall is an English former professional footballer who played in the Football League for Oldham Athletic, Shrewsbury Town, Chesterfield and Darlington and in the Scottish Premier League for Gretna. He also played non-league football for Crawley Town, Forest Green Rovers, Stockport County, Hyde, Altrincham, Celtic Nation, Guiseley, Bradford Park Avenue, Curzon Ashton, Stalybridge Celtic, Droylsden and Mossley.
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Stuart Barlow is an English football coach and former professional player.
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Arthur Dixon was an English footballer who played as a central defender, primarily for Rangers where he played between 1917 and 1926. He later became trainer at the club and assistant to manager Bill Struth after his retirement from playing. He also featured for Oldham Athletic in England, and for St Mirren and Cowdenbeath in Scotland. He was the father of footballer Arthur Dixon.
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