| Robert Spottiswood|
| Bromley, England|
| (1884-01-20)January 20, 1884|
1st qtr 1966 (aged 81–82)
1966, Bromley, United Kingdom
Michael Bolingbroke, Alberto Zaccheroni, Andrea Stramaccioni, Roy Hodgson, Giuseppe Baresi
Bob Spottiswood Wikipedia
Robert "Bob" Spottiswood (20 January 1884 – 1966) was an English football player and manager.
Born in Carlisle, Spottiswood played as a half back for Carlisle United, Croydon Common, Crystal Palace, Clapton Orient, Aberdare Athletic, Treherbert, Sittingbourne and Elsecar Main.
He later became a football manager, and was in charge of Inter Milan between 1922 and 1924.
His brother Joe was also a player.
Bob Spottiswood died in early 1966, in Bromley, Greater London, aged 81 or 82.