| Donald Footitt|
| (1929-05-24)24 May 1929|
Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
July 1995 (aged 66)
Don Footitt Wikipedia
Donald "Don" Footitt (24 May 1929 – July 1995) was an English footballer who made 25 appearances in the Football League playing for Lincoln City and Crewe Alexandra as a goalkeeper.
Footitt made his Lincoln debut at the age of 17 years 7 months, in December 1946, as Lincoln beat Wrexham in an FA Cup replay; the Daily Mirror described him as the hero of the tie. An amateur who worked in an office in Grantham, Footitt missed only one senior match between then and the end of the season. He played only once more in senior competition, for Crewe Alexandra in the 1949–50 Football League season.