Tommy Glidden

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Tommy Glidden
Personal information
Full nameThomas William Glidden
Date of birth 20 July 1902
Place of birth Coxlodge, Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Date of death 10 July 1974(1974-07-10) (aged 71)
Place of death West Bromwich, England
Playing position(s) Outside-right
Youth career
Colliery Old Boys
Boldon Villa
Sunderland West End
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1922–1936 West Bromwich Albion 445 (135)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Thomas William Glidden (20 July 1902 – 10 July 1974) was an English footballer who played at outside-right. He captained West Bromwich Albion to victory in the 1931 FA Cup Final, with the team also winning promotion to Division One in the same season.

Honours

West Bromwich Albion

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