|Place of birth||England|
|Height||5 ft 10+1⁄2 in (1.79 m)|
|Position(s)||Inside forward, wing half|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Thomas W. Heslop was an English professional footballer who played either as an inside forward or wing half. He assisted three different Football League clubs, making a total of 44 appearances.
Heslop played for Darlington, scoring 13 North-Eastern League goals in the 1910–11 and 1911–12 seasons,before moving into the Football League with Blackpool in 1912, for whom he scored 6 goals in 29 league matches. In 1914 Heslop joined Bolton Wanderers and made seven league appearances for the club, but his time at Bolton was curtailed by the First World War. When competitive football recommenced in England, he signed with Lancashire Combination side Accrington Stanley. Heslop transferred to Tranmere Rovers in 1921 and played eight matches during the club's first season in the Football League.
During the First World War, Heslop played 29 matches as a wartime guest with Burnley.
Robert James Blake is an English former professional footballer and current Men’s First Team Manager at Bognor Regis Town. He began his career as a striker but was increasingly used as midfielder in the latter part of his career.
Charles Henry Hafekost, was an English professional footballer during the early years of the twentieth century. He played in the Football League for Liverpool and in the Scottish League for Hamilton Academical. Before joining Liverpool, he spent two seasons in the Southern League with New Brompton and also played North-Eastern League football for Sunderland Royal Rovers and Hartlepools United.
William Tait was a Scottish professional association footballer who played as an inside forward. After playing for Glasgow Parkside, Glasgow Pilgrims and Third Lanark, he moved to England in 1887 to play for Newton Heath, the club that would later become Manchester United. The club had not yet entered league football, but Tait made 10 appearances in friendlies during the 1886–87 season, scoring two goals. He made a further 22 appearances in 1887–88, scoring 15 goals. His final appearance came on 3 March 1888 against Blackburn Olympic before a move to Burnley ahead of the inaugural season of The Football League in 1888–89. He made his debut in the opening game of the season against Preston North End on 8 September 1888; Burnley lost 5–2, and it was reported that Tait and Burnley colleague Fred Poland got into a fight with two of the Preston players. The following week, Tait scored Burnley's first goal at home to Bolton Wanderers, his first in the Football League; he then also scored Burnley's third and fourth goals in a 4–3 win, which made him the first player to score a Football League hat-trick. After the match, Tait got drunk celebrating and was suspended by the club for their next game. He returned for the next three games, scoring two goals, but then failed to turn up for the away game at Stoke on 20 October 1888 and the following week a local newspaper reported that he was "no longer a Burnley player".
The 1920–21 season was Burnley's 29th season in the Football League, and their 4th consecutive campaign in the Football League First Division, the top tier of English football. Burnley were confident of success ahead of the season, having finished as First Division runners-up in 1919–20. After losing their first three games, Burnley embarked on a 30-match unbeaten league run from 4 September 1920 until 26 March 1921, winning the First Division and becoming English champions for the first time in their history. Burnley's unbeaten run stood as a single-season Football League record for over 80 years, until it was bettered by Arsenal in the 2003–04 season. Burnley ended the 1920–21 season on 59 points, having won 23 games, drawn 13, and lost 6.
William Harold Ingham was a footballer who played in the Football League for Bristol City and Gainsborough Trinity, and the Southern League for West Ham United, Plymouth Argyle and Norwich City. He was a centre forward.
Arthur E. Wolstenholme was an English professional footballer who played as an inside forward. He was predominantly used as an inside-right, but could also play at inside-left if required. In a career spanning 17 years, he played for a number of Football League teams, in addition to spells in the Southern Football League with Gillingham and Norwich City. Wolstenholme was the first player ever to score four goals in a Football League Third Division North fixture.
The 1889–90 season was the eighth season in the history of Burnley Football Club and their second in the Football League. Burnley ended the season in 11th position with a record of 4 wins, 5 draws and 13 defeats. As a result, the club was forced to apply for re-election to the League for the following season; the application was successful and Burnley retained their berth for the 1890–91 campaign. Burnley lost eight consecutive matches between 9 November 1889 and 22 February 1890 and did not achieve their first win in the League until 1 March 1890, when they beat Bolton Wanderers 7–0. The team was knocked out by Sheffield United in the First Round of the FA Cup, but they had success in the Lancashire Senior Cup, beating Rossendale United, Higher Walton and Haydock on the way to the final, where they defeated rivals Blackburn Rovers by two goals to nil.
George R. Chapman was a Scottish professional footballer. He initially played as a centre half during his early career before becoming a centre forward. Born in Broxburn, he started his career with Raith Rovers and later assisted Heart of Midlothian. In 1908, Chapman moved to England to play for Blackburn Rovers in the Football League First Division and made 67 league appearances during two seasons with the club. He returned to Scotland in 1910 when he was signed by Rangers and spent one season with the Glasgow club. Chapman rejoined Blackburn in 1911 and remained with the Ewood Park club for the next four seasons, scoring 29 goals in 71 league matches. His time at Blackburn was curtailed by the outbreak of the First World War, which brought a halt to English competitive football in 1915. When competitive football recommenced, Chapman signed with Lancashire Combination side Accrington Stanley.
Albert Walmsley was an English professional footballer who played as a right half. As a youth, he assisted Blackburn St. Peter's and later played for Lancashire Combination side Darwen before joining Football League First Division club Blackburn Rovers in 1907. He went on to play 272 league matches in a 13-year spell with the Ewood Park side. Walmsley transferred to Stockport County at the start of the 1920–21 season and spent three years at the club, scoring 3 goals in 80 league appearances.
John Mitchell was a footballer who played as a full-back with Doncaster Rovers, Newton Heath LYR and Bolton Wanderers in the late 19th century. He played in Doncaster's first match in 1879, and for Bolton on the first day of the inaugural season of The Football League in 1888. He was born in Doncaster, probably in 1861, and died on 22 July 1938, also in Doncaster, from burns sustained at his home.
William Edmunds was an English professional footballer who played as a centre forward in the Football League for Darlington. He also played non-league football in the north-east of England for clubs including Shildon, Spennymoor United and Trimdon Grange.
Aaron Travis was an English footballer who played as a centre forward in the Football League for Darlington. He was on the books of Manchester United before the First World War and of Tranmere Rovers during it but never played for either in the League. He also played in the Manchester League and Lancashire Combination for Hurst, in the Southern League for Norwich City, and in the North-Eastern League for Darlington before their election to the Football League.
Kaiyne River Woolery is an English professional footballer who plays as a winger for Super League Greece club Ionikos.
Thomas Winship, generally known as Tom or Tommy Winship, but also referred to as Wee Winship because of his small stature, was an English footballer who played as an outside left. He scored 25 goals from 224 appearances in the Football League playing for Woolwich Arsenal and Fulham before the First World War and for Darlington and Crewe Alexandra after it.
Alexander Fraser was a Scottish footballer who played in the Football League for Fulham, Bradford Park Avenue and Middlesbrough. He also played for Inverness Thistle, Newcastle United, Darlington and Newcastle City. During the majority of his career he played as a forward, in either the centre forward or inside left position.
Reginald Hill was an English footballer who played as a centre half or wing half in the Football League for Carlisle United, Tranmere Rovers, Hartlepools United and Darlington, and in non-league football for Lancaster Town and Wellington Town.
Matthew Cornock, also commonly known as Matt Cornock, was a Scottish footballer who played in the Scottish Football League for Stenhousemuir, Albion Rovers, Forfar Athletic and Queen of the South and in the English Football League for Barnsley. A centre forward or inside forward, Cornock also played non-league football in England and Junior football in Scotland.
Isaac Owens (1881–1916) was an English footballer who played as an inside left or centre forward in the Football League for Woolwich Arsenal and Grimsby Town. He also played non-league football for Darlington, Bishop Auckland, Crook Town, Plymouth Argyle, Bristol Rovers and Crystal Palace.
David William Taylor was an English footballer who played as a full back in the Scottish League for Heart of Midlothian. He also played for Newcastle East End of the Northern Alliance, North-Eastern League clubs Darlington, Blyth Spartans, Shildon and Scotswood, and for Bristol Rovers of the Southern League. He was registered with Football League club Hull City without playing for their first team.
Fred Colling was an English footballer who made 16 appearances in the Football League playing as a forward for Darlington and Durham City. He also played non-league football for Darlington Railway Athletic, Shildon and Chopwell Institute.