| William Marsden|
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
| 1983 (aged 81–82)|
| (1901-11-10)10 November 1901|
Billy Marsden Wikipedia
William "Billy" Marsden (10 November 1901 – 1983) was an English international footballer, who played as a left half, and later managed Doncaster Rovers.
Born in Silksworth, Marsden played professionally for Sheffield Wednesday, and earned three caps for England between 1929 and 1930.
Before World War Two, he was a coach in the Netherlands. He coached HBS, Be Quick 1887 and Hermes-DVS.
He was appointed manager of Doncaster Rovers in August 1944 for the Wartime League, and was replaced by Jackie Bestall in March 1946 as Rovers prepared for the resumption the post war Football League in Division 3 North.
He later became a publican in Sheffield, including at The Robin Hood Inn, The White Lion and the Crosspool Tavern. He died in 1983.