Tom Naisby

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Tom Naisby
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Full name Thomas Henry Naisby
Date of birth(1878-03-12)12 March 1878
Place of birth Sunderland, England
Date of death 1927 (aged 4849)
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Position(s) Goalkeeper
Senior career*
1897–1898 Sunderland East End
1898–1899 Sunderland 2 (0)
1899–1903 Sunderland West End
1903–1905 Reading
1905–1907 Sunderland 35 (0)
1907–1909 Leeds City 63 (0)
1909–1910 South Shields
1910–1914 Luton Town
1914–19?? Darlington
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Thomas Henry Naisby (12 March 1878 – 1927) was an English professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Sunderland. [1]

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