Tommy Flannigan

Last updated
Tommy Flannigan
Personal information
Full nameThomas Flannigan [1]
Date of birth 27 May 1908
Place of birth Edinburgh, Scotland [1]
Date of death 1981 (aged 7273) [1]
Position(s) Inside left
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1926–1928 Dundee
1928–1929 Stoke City 4 (0)
1929–1930 Hull City 2 (0)
1930 Darlington 0 (0)
1930–1931 Loughborough Corinthians
1931–1932 Rochdale 2 (0)
1932 Buxton
1932 Saint-Étienne
1933 Shrewsbury Town
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Thomas Flannigan (27 May 1908 – 1981) was a Scottish footballer who played in the Football League for Hull City, Rochdale and Stoke City. [1]

Contents

Career

Flannigan was born in Edinburgh and played for Dundee before joining English side Stoke City in 1928. [1] He played four times for Stoke in 1928–29 and then went on to have short spells at Hull City, Darlington, Loughborough Corinthians, Rochdale, Buxton, French side AS Saint-Étienne and Shrewsbury Town. [1]

Career statistics

ClubSeasonLeagueFA CupTotal
DivisionAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
Stoke City [1] 1928–29 Second Division 400040
Hull City 1929–30 Second Division200020
Rochdale 1931–32 Third Division North 200020
Career total800080

Related Research Articles

James Greenhoff is an English former footballer. He was a skilful forward and although capped five times at under-23 level, once as an over-age player, he never played for the full side, and is labelled as the finest English player never to play for England. He made nearly 600 appearances in league football. His younger brother Brian was also a professional footballer.

Leon Terence Anthony Cort is a former footballer who played as a defender. He is the younger brother of Carl Cort and the older half-brother of Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

Stephen John Parkin is an English former professional footballer and manager, who most recently worked as assistant manager at Sunderland. He played for Mansfield Town, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion and has been manager of Barnsley, Mansfield Town and Rochdale.

Michael Doyle was an English footballer, who spent the majority of his career with Manchester City and also played for Stoke City, Bolton Wanderers and Rochdale.

Albert John Whitehurst was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Bradford City, Liverpool, Rochdale, Stoke and Tranmere Rovers.

John George Peart was an English footballer who played centre forward for 13 different teams, in a career which spanned World War I. After he retired he became a football manager until his death in 1948.

Will Atkinson English footballer

William Henry Atkinson is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder; he is without a club after leaving Port Vale in June 2020.

Leigh Granville Palin is an English former footballer who played in the Football League for Bradford City, Burnley, Hull City, Rochdale, Shrewsbury Town and Stoke City. His father, Granville, was also a professional footballer.

The 2007–08 season was Stoke City's 101st in the Football League, the 41st in the second tier and fourth in the Championship.

David Parkes was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Sheffield Wednesday, Rochdale and Stoke.

The 1926–27 season was Stoke City's 27th season in the Football League and the first in the Third Division North.

Herbert "Bert" Hales was a footballer who played in the Football League for Nottingham Forest, Preston North End, Chesterfield, Stockport County, Rochdale and Stoke City.

William John "Jack" McClelland was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Rochdale, Swindon Town and Stoke City.

The Football League play-offs for the 2007–08 season were held in May 2008, with the finals taking place at Wembley Stadium in London. The play-off semi-finals were played over two legs and were contested by the teams who finished in 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th place in the Football League Championship and League One tables, and the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th placed teams in League Two. The semi-final winners progressed to the finals, with the winner of each match earning promotion for the following season.

Matty Lund

Matthew Charles Lund is an English-born Northern Irish professional footballer who plays for English club Rochdale.

The 1982–83 season was Port Vale's 71st season of football in the English Football League, and their fifth successive season in the Fourth Division. John McGrath led the Vale to a club-record 88 points, which saw them win promotion in third place. This was some achievement considering McGrath had sold both the Chamberlain brothers and goalkeeper Mark Harrison to rivals Stoke City at the start of the season. Receiving £240,000 for these three players, he spent only £15,000 to bring top-scorer Bob Newton to Vale Park, and signed Player of the Year Wayne Cegielski for free.

Joshua Lewis Tymon is an English professional footballer who plays as a defender for Championship club Stoke City.

The 1999–2000 Rochdale A.F.C. season was the club's 79th season in the Football League, and the 27th consecutive season in the fourth tier.

The 2020–21 EFL Cup is the 61st season of the EFL Cup, the competition is open to all clubs participating in the Premier League and the English Football League.

References

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Matthews, Tony (1994). The Encyclopaedia of Stoke City. Lion Press. ISBN   0-9524151-0-0.