Tommy Dougall

Last updated

Tommy Dougall
Personal information
Full nameThomas Dougall [1]
Date of birth(1921-05-17)17 May 1921
Place of birth Wishaw, Scotland
Date of death January 1997 (aged 75) [2]
Place of death Kingston upon Thames, England [3]
Playing position(s) Outside right
Youth career
Morris Motors
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1945–1947 Coventry City 0 (0)
1946–1947Guildford City (loan)
1947–1948 Brentford 2 (0)
1948–1949 Sunderland 3 (0)
Yeovil Town
Teams managed
1963–1966 Hillingdon Borough
Kingstonian
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Thomas Dougall (17 May 1921 – January 1997) was a Scottish professional football outside right and manager who played in the Football League for Sunderland and Brentford. [1]

Contents

Personal life

Dougall was the son of footballer Jimmy Dougall. [4]

Career statistics

Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
ClubSeasonLeagueFA CupOtherTotal
DivisionAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
Brentford 1947–48 [5] Second Division 200020
Sunderland 1948–49 [6] First Division 30000030
1949–50 [7] 00001 [lower-alpha 1] 010
Total30001040
Career total50001060
  1. Appearance in Durham Senior Cup

Related Research Articles

Percy Leonard Whipp was a Scottish professional football forward who played in the Football League for Leeds United and Clapton Orient. He also played league football for Swindon Town, Brentford and Sunderland.

James Richardson was a professional footballer and manager, who played for Third Lanark, Huddersfield Town, Sunderland, Ayr United and Millwall.

Thomas Finney is a former Northern Ireland international footballer who made over 260 appearances in the Football League for Cambridge United as a midfielder. He was a member of the Northern Ireland squad at the 1982 World Cup.

Robert Thornton Young MM was an English professional footballer and manager. After a Football League career as a left back with Sunderland that was interrupted by the First World War, he managed Norwich City in two spells and is a member of the club's Hall of Fame.

William Murray was a football player and manager for Sunderland. He also played for Scottish League clubs Cowdenbeath and St Mirren.

Henry Forbes Low was a Scottish professional football left half who made over 200 appearances in the Football League for Sunderland. He also played in the Scottish League for Aberdeen.

Dusty Rhodes (footballer) English footballer

Ephraim Rhodes was an English professional footballer and manager who played in the Football League for Sunderland in the early 20th century. He also played for and managed Brentford in the Southern League and was posthumously inducted into the club's Hall of Fame in May 2015.

James Gerald Murray is a Scottish retired professional football left back who played in the Football League for Cambridge United, Brentford and Sunderland. He was described by Cambridge News as "one of the greatest left backs to have featured" for Cambridge United.

Jimmy Hartley Scottish footballer

James Milburn Hartley was a Scottish professional footballer who played as an inside forward, most notably in the Football League for Lincoln City.

David Lalty Willis was an English professional footballer who played as a wing half in the Football League for Newcastle United and Sunderland.

Joseph Henry Butler was an English professional football goalkeeper who made 457 appearances in the Football League for Stockport County, Clapton Orient, Glossop, Sunderland and Lincoln City. With Sunderland, he won the 1912–13 First Division title and played on the losing side in the 1913 FA Cup Final.

Trevor Swinburne is an English retired professional football goalkeeper who made nearly 250 appearances in the Football League for Carlisle United.

George Albert Anderson was an English professional football goalkeeper and manager, best remembered for his 10 years as manager of Dundee between 1944 and 1954. As a player, Anderson made over 200 Scottish League appearances for Aberdeen and also appeared in the Football League for Sunderland. Between his retirement as a player as his appointment as manager of Dundee, Anderson served Aberdeen as a director and manager.

Percival Kitchener Saunders was an English professional football inside forward who played in the Football League for Sunderland and Brentford.

Leslie Wilkins was a Welsh football inside forward and wing half who played in the Football League, most notably for Swindon Town and Brentford.

John Haggan English footballer

John Haggan was an English professional football wing half who played in the Football League for Brentford and Sunderland.

Alexander W. Barrie, sometimes known as Alec Barrie, was a Scottish professional football centre half who played for Kilmarnock, Rangers and St Bernard's in the Scottish League. He also played in the Football League for Sunderland and was capped by Scotland at junior level.

James Edmundson Raine was an English sportsman. He played football as an amateur outside right for Glossop, Sunderland, Newcastle United and Sheffield United in the Football League. He also played rugby union for Percy Park and minor counties cricket for Northumberland.

Walter Scott was an English professional football goalkeeper who played in the Football League for Grimsby Town, Sunderland and Everton. He notably became the first goalkeeper to save three penalties in a single match, for Grimsby Town versus Burnley in a Second Division fixture in 1909. He saved 14 of 17 penalties during the 1908–09 season.

Charles Arthur Crossley was an English professional football inside forward who played in the Football League for Everton, Sunderland, Swindon Town and West Ham United. He later player-managed Ebbw Vale in non-league football.

References

  1. 1 2 Haynes, Graham; Coumbe, Frank (2006). Timeless Bees: Brentford F.C. Who's Who 1920–2006. Harefield: Yore Publications. pp. 49–50. ISBN   978-0955294914.
  2. "Tommy Dougall". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 24 October 2015.
  3. Official Matchday Magazine Of Brentford Football Club versus Preston North End. Blackheath: Morganprint. 25 September 1999. p. 41.CS1 maint: date and year (link)
  4. "Critical Days Are Ahead At Griffin Park Preview Of Prospects - Confidence And Team Spirit – Key To Success". The Brentford & Chiswick Times. 15 August 1947.
  5. White, Eric, ed. (1989). 100 Years Of Brentford. Brentford FC. p. 379. ISBN   0951526200.
  6. "Sunderland AFC – Statistics, History and Records – from TheStatCat". www.thestatcat.co.uk. Retrieved 14 January 2017.
  7. "Sunderland AFC – Statistics, History and Records – from TheStatCat". www.thestatcat.co.uk. Retrieved 14 January 2017.