Tom Lockie

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Tom Lockie
Personal information
Full name Thomas Lockie
Date of birth 13 January 1906
Place of birth Duns, Scotland
Date of death 27 July 1977(1977-07-27) (aged 71)
Place of death New Earswick, England
Position(s) Defender
Senior career*
Duns ? (?)
Rangers ? (?)
Leith Athletic ? (?)
Barnsley 14 (1)
1933–1934 York City 29 (1)
Accrington Stanley 36 (0)
Mansfield Town 14 (1)
Managerial career
1960–1967 York City
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Thomas Lockie (13 January 1906 – 27 July 1977) was a Scottish footballer and manager.


Lockie played for Duns, Rangers, Leith Athletic, Barnsley, York City, Accrington Stanley and Mansfield Town. [1]

He returned to York City in 1936 as reserve team coach and was promoted to first team trainer in 1937. He held this role for 23 years until becoming the manager in 1960, which he held until 1967. [2]

Managerial statistics

York City Flag of England.svg 1 July 196031 October 19673671321548135.96

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  1. Joyce, Michael (2004). Football League Players' Records 1888 – 1939. Tony Brown. p. 159. ISBN   1-899468-67-6.
  2. Batters, David (2000). "Wartime Triumphs and Post-war Soccer Boom: 1940–1949". York City Football Club. Tempus Publishing. p. 42. ISBN   0-7524-1568-9.