Tommy Hamill

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Tommy Hamill
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Full nameThomas Hamill
Place of birth Northern Ireland
Date of death April 1996
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Thomas Hamill (died April 1996) was a Northern Irish association footballer. He played for Linfield F.C., and won 1 Northern Ireland B cap (1957), and 14 Irish League caps (1953–1958), and was a non-travelling member of the 1958 World Cup squad.


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