Fred Pincott

Fred was at Exeter City in 1949, he then played for St Martin's and in 1950-51 was playing for Bideford.

The following article is from the British Newspaper archive-North Devon Journal 

“Fred Pincott, Bideford's centre half and coach, was born in Bristol 34 years ago. He began his career with Victoria Albion In the first division of Bristol and District League and then signed professional forms for Wolverhampton Wanderers, with whom he toured the South of France He went to Bournemouth in 1934 and stayed with the club until the outbreak of war. altogether making 212 first team appearancss, including 93 consecutive games. He was guest player with Bristol City during the war, and served with the Devons. He also played for Chester and Bath, and in two Command games.
On demobilisation in 1946 he took up an appointment with Gravesend and Northfleet, in the Southern League After going to Birmingham on a FA. coaching course, he joined Newport County at the start or the season, and came to Bideford some weeks ago.”



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