Tommy D'Arcy

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Tommy D'Arcy
Personal information
Full nameThomas McDonald D'Arcy [1]
Date of birth(1932-06-22)22 June 1932
Place of birth Edinburgh, Scotland
Date of death 20 September 1985(1985-09-20) (aged 53)
Place of death Sudbury, England
Position(s) Centre forward
Youth career
Armadale Thistle
Senior career*
1953–1954 Hibernian 3 (0)
1954–1956 Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic 0 (0)
1956–1958 Southend United 4 (0)
1958–1959 Queen of the South 2 (0)
1959–1960 Stranraer 24 (11)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Thomas McDonald D'Arcy (22 June 1932 – 20 September 1985) was a Scottish professional footballer who played as a centre forward.



Born in Edinburgh, D'Arcy played junior football with Armadale Thistle before turning professional with Hibernian in 1953. He later played for Southend United, Queen of the South and Stranraer, before retiring in 1960.

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  1. "Tommy D'Arcy". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 19 February 2017.