McDade, Patrick

Birth Date

22nd November 1901


Clydebank, Dunbartonshire



Biographical Text

Clydebank-born Patrick McDade played twice for Exeter City in 1928. He signed from Liverpool and left to join Morton.

Patrick was playing for Scottish juniors Yoker Athletic when he was signed by Liverpool in 1925 where, having been an inside-forward, he mainly played half-back for the reserves..

Not appearing for the first-team during his two years at Anfield, Patrick arrived at St James’ Park in the summer of 1927 and eventually made his debut in the 2-1 win at Southend United in February 1928. Thereafter he played in the following game, but never again for the first-team, and left City at the end of the season.

Returning to Scotland, he signed for Morton ahead of moves to Yeovil & Petters United and Clapton Orient ahead of becoming chief scout for Notts County.

Patrick died in 1974.





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