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Edmund Wood (footballer)

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Full name  Edmund Eli Wood
Name  Edmund Wood
Playing position  Centre half
Role  Footballer

Years  Team
Died  1930
1923–1925  Northampton Town
Position  Defender
Date of birth  (1903-02-10)10 February 1903
Place of birth  Kings Norton, Birmingham, England

Edmund Eli Wood (10 February 1903 – after 1930) was an English professional footballer who made 60 appearances in the Football League playing for Northampton Town, Birmingham and Newcastle United. He played as a centre half.

Wood was born in Kings Norton, now part of Birmingham, and played for Redditch and Rhyl Athletic before joining Northampton Town. He played 50 games in the Third Division South for Northampton, then moved to First Division club Birmingham in 1925, where he played only one first-team game. After another spell with Rhyl he returned to the First Division to play nine times for Newcastle United before going back to Rhyl yet again.

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