|Full name||Thomas Barber|
|Date of birth||20 February 1888|
|Place of birth||West Stanley, England|
|Date of death||18 September 1925 37)(aged|
|Place of death||Nuneaton, England|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Position(s)||Half back, inside left|
|1917||→ Brentford (guest)|
|1918||→ Celtic (guest)||4||(0)|
|1918||→ Partick Thistle (guest)||1||(1)|
|1919||→ Linfield (guest)|
|1919||→ Belfast Celtic (guest)|
|1919||→ Distillery (guest)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Thomas Barber (20 February 1888 – 18 September 1925) was an English professional footballer who played in the Football League for Aston Villa, Bolton Wanderers, Merthyr Town and Walsall as a half back or inside left.He scored the winning goal for Aston Villa in the 1913 FA Cup Final.
Barber attended Todd's Nook School.He served as a private in the Football Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment during the First World War and saw action at Delville Wood and Waterlot Farm in the summer of 1916, before suffering gunshot wounds to the legs at Guillemont. Barber was evacuated to Britain and after recovering in Aberdeen, he spent another period in hospital suffering from pleurisy. He was later transferred to the Labour Corps and also worked in a munitions factory in Glasgow. Barber died of tuberculosis in 1925.
|Bolton Wanderers||1908–09||Second Division||20||2||0||0||20||2|
|Aston Villa||1912–13||First Division||15||2||5||1||20||3|
|Celtic (guest)||1918–19||Scottish League First Division||4||0||—||4||0|
|Partick Thistle (guest)||1918–19||Scottish League First Division||1||1||—||1||1|
|Crystal Palace||1919–20||Southern League First Division||20||7||0||0||20||7|
|Merthyr Town||1920–21||Third Division South||2||0||0||0||2||0|
|Walsall||1921–22||Third Division South||5||2||1||0||6||2|
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