Tom Wilson (footballer, born 1902)

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Tom Wilson
Personal information
Full name Thomas Henry Wilson
Date of birth(1902-12-09)9 December 1902
Place of birth Lambeth, London, England
Date of death 1992 (aged 8990)
Place of death Enfield, London, England
Position(s) Half-back
Youth career
Walthamstow Avenue
Senior career*
1924–1926 Charlton Athletic 15 (4)
1926–1930 Wigan Borough 108 (4)
1930–1931 Cardiff City 1 (0)
1931–1932 Charlton Athletic 18 (0)
1932–1936 Southend United 12 (0)
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Thomas Henry Wilson (9 December 1902 – September 1992) was an English footballer who appeared in The Football League for Charlton Athletic, Wigan Borough, Cardiff City and Southend United. [1]

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  1. Dykes, Garth (2011). Wigan Borough in the Football League: A Complete Record and Who's Who 1921–1931. Tony Brown. ISBN   978-1-905891-53-5.