Green, Tom

Birth Date

25th November 1883


Rock Ferry, Cheshire



Biographical Text

Tom Green, from the Wirral, played a season for Exeter City in the Southern League in  1909/10 after signing from Stockport County.

Starting with Rock Ferry Tom moved to Liverpool where he scored once in seven league games before moving to Swindon Town. After a single season in Wiltshire he linked up with Stockport County where he spent five years ahead of a  £300 move to Middlesbrough where he netted nine goals in 37 league appearances. Transferred to Queen’s Park Rangers in April 1906 he was to return to Stockport County in 1907.

After hitting 12 goals in 61 league outings for the Cheshire club, Tom moved to Exeter City for the start of the 1909/10 season. Making his debut in the opening game of the Southern League campaign against West Ham United, he made a good impression throughout the season but left after twelve months and signed for Preston North End. He later appeared for St Helens Town, Tranmere Rovers, Rossendale United, Southport Vulcan, South Liverpool and the by then renamed Southport.

Tom Green died in 1954.







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