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Full name  Foster Hedley
1925  South Shields
Playing position  Forward
Years  Team
Died  1983
Date of death  1983 (aged 74–75)
Role  Footballer
Date of birth  6 January 1908
Name  Foster Hedley

Place of birth  Monkseaton, Whitley Bay, England

Foster Hedley (6 January 1908 – 1983) was an English professional footballer who played for St Andrews (Newcastle), South Shields, Corinthians (Newcastle), Jarrow, Hull City, Nelson, Manchester City, Chester, Tottenham Hotspur, Millwall and Swindon Town.

Football career

Hedley played for St Andrews (Newcastle), South Shields, Corinthians (Newcastle) and Jarrow before joining Hull City where he participated in two matches in 1928. After spells with Nelson and Manchester City the outside left signed for Chester in 1931 where he went on to feature in 88 games and scoring on 29 occasions. Hedley joined Tottenham Hotspur to play a further five matches and netting once in all competitions. After leaving White Hart Lane he joined Millwall before ending his playing career at Swindon Town where he played 30 matches and scored seven goals in all competitions between 1938–46.

References

Foster Hedley Wikipedia


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