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Archie Burgon

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Date of birth  28 March 1912
000?–?  Colwick
Playing position  Forward
Years  Team
Died  1994
Date of death  1994 (aged 81–82)
Role  Footballer
Name  Archie Burgon

Full name  Frederick Archibald Burgon

Place of birth  Nottingham, England

Frederick Archibald 'Archie' Burgon (born 28 March 1912 in Nottingham–died 1994) was a professional footballer who played for Colwick, Burton Joyce, Grantham Town, Notts County, Newark Town, Tottenham Hotspur, Wrexham and Carlisle United.

Football career

Burgon played for non League football clubs Colwick, Burton Joyce and Grantham Town before being given a trial at Notts County in 1930. After a spell with Newark Town the outside left returned to Notts County in 1932 where he featured in 26 matches and scoring seven goals. He went on to play for Grantham for a second time before signing for Tottenham Hotspur in 1934. Burgon played a total of four matches for the Lilywhites. In 1935, Burgon joined Wrexham where he went on to make 140 appearances and score 36 goals between 1935–38. Burgon ended his career at Carlisle United where he appeared in a further two matches.

References

Archie Burgon Wikipedia


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