Tom Stewart (Scottish footballer)

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Tom Stewart
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Personal information
Full name Thomas Stewart
Place of birth Lanarkshire, Scotland
Position(s) Full-back
Senior career*
Glasgow Perthshire
1894–1895 Third Lanark 1 (0)
1895–1896 Partick Thistle 9 (0)
1896 Motherwell 7 (0)
1896–1898 Newcastle United 27 (0)
1898–1899 Grimsby Town 1 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Thomas Stewart, also known as George Stewart, [1] was a Scottish professional footballer who played as a full-back. [2] [3] [4] [5]

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  1. Newcastle United 1898/99 Season Diary | June, Toon Times
  2. Lamming, Douglas (1985). A who's who of Grimsby Town AFC : 1890–1985. Beverley: Hutton. p. 100. ISBN   0-907033-34-2.
  3. John Litster (October 2012). "A Record of pre-war Scottish League Players". Scottish Football Historian magazine.Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  4. 1895-96 Cup runs eclipse League, Niall Kennedy, Partick Thistle - The Early Years
  5. Thomas Stewart, Toon1892