Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Sporting Record - Club Curiosities (01)


1947-50
Club Curiosities
Sporting Record
119+ cut-outs

Richard Small has provided some information about this collection. I have featured some Club Curiosities previously (Soccer magazine - Club Curiosities (02)) but those are reprints. The series orignally appeared in the Sporting Record and are easy to identify as the title is printed in Block Capitals, unlike the reprints where the title is in upper and lower case lettering. Still plenty of work to do on the checklist with lots of numbers missing and plenty of team listed without numbers that need to be slotted in somewhere. On a personal note, I'm looking for a Cardiff City one, if it exists.
UPDATE (01-07-2020 16:54):  Trevor Cotterell has provided  a long list of updates (numbers 89 to 119).

1.  Cricket
2.  Cricket
3.  Cricket
4.  Cricket
5.  Cricket
6.  Cricket
7.  Cricket
8.  Cricket
9.  Cricket
10.  Cricket
11.  Cricket
12.  Cricket
13.  Arsenal - Herbert Chapman  -  added 28-06-2020
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53.  Rotherham United - H. Millership 
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55.  Reading - Herbert Smith
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57.  Queen's Park
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60.  Third Lanark
61.  Barrow - Jack Crayston
62.  Southend United
63.  Arbroath
64.  Brentford
65.  Barrow
66.  Glasgow Celtic
67.  Norwich City
68.  Bournemouth
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89.  St. Mirren - Duncan Walker
90.  Newport County - Fred Cook
91.  Albion Rovers - John White
92.  Tranmere Rovers - Dean, Waring, Bell
93.  Queen of the South - Halliday, Gallacher, Houliston
94.  Halifax Town - Ernest Coleman
95.  Kilmarnock - John Smith
96.  New Brighton - Jimmy Dunne
97.  Forfar Athletic - Wee Willie Cook
98.  York City - Joe Hulme
99.  Hamilton Academicals - David Wilson
100.  Rochdale - Jack Peart, Tom Mort
101.  Dundee - Jack Hillman
102.  Torquay United - Donald Welsh
103.  Cowdenbeath - Alec Ventners
104.  Darlington - Mark Hooper
105.  East Fife - John Gilfillan
106.  Mansfield Town - Harry Johnson
107.  Leith Athletic - Chris Duffy
108.  Southport - Tom White
109.  Ayr United - James Smith, 'Farmer' Smith, Phil McCloy
110.  Hartlepools United - Harry Thomas, W.G. Richardson
111.  St. Johnstone - Tom Muirhead
112.  Chester - Mr. Charles Hewitt
113.  Alloa Athletic - Willie Crilley
114.  Carlisle United - Billy Shankly
115.  Aldershot - Angus Seed, Willie Robb, Laurie Fishlock
116.  Ipswich Town - Jimmy Mcluckie, G. Rumbold, Ossy Parry
117.  Greenock Morton - Jimmy Cowan, Billy Steel
118.  Dunfermline Athletic - Jimmy Stein
119.  Linfield - Joe Bambrick

Barnsley - Harry Tufnell
Bristol Rovers - Cliff Britton 
Derby County - Steve Bloomer 
Doncaster Rovers
Exeter City - Jack Banks, Clifford Bastin
Everton
Fulham
Hearts - Bobby Walker 
Hibernian - Jimmy Dunn 
Huddersfield Town - Clem Stephenson
Leeds United - Jim Baker 
Leyton Orient
Manchester City
Middlesbrough
Northampton Town - Fanny Walden
Nottingham Forest - Sam Weller Widdowson, Harold Wightman
Notts County - J. Logan
Oldham Athletic - David Wilson
Plymouth Argyle
Stockport County - Alf Lythgoe
Watford
West Bromwich Albion - Billy Bassett

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