Tommy Gardner

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Tommy Gardner
Personal information
Full nameThomas Gardner
Date of birth 28 May 1910
Place of birth Huyton, England
Date of death February 1970 (aged 59)
Place of death Chester, England
Playing position(s) Wing half
Senior career*
1929–1931 Liverpool 5 (0)
1931–1932 Grimsby Town 13 (0)
1932–1934 Hull City 66 (2)
1934–1938 Aston Villa 77 (1)
1938–1945 Burnley 39 (3)
1945–1947 Wrexham 33 (4)
National team
1934–1935 England 2 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Thomas Gardner (28 May 1910 – February 1970) was an English professional association footballer who played as a wing half. He won two caps for the England national football team.

His great-granddaughter Hannah Keryakoplis played international football for Wales. [1]

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  1. Boyd, Andrew (20 October 2010). "Hot-shot Flintshire girl's a hit when it comes to scoring". The Flintshire Leader. Retrieved 23 April 2012.