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Full name  Roderick Ernest Welsh
1935–1938  Port Vale
Years  Team

Playing position  Full-back
Date of birth  c. 1912
Name  Roderick Welsh
Place of birth  Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Roderick Ernest Welsh (born c. 1912; date of death unknown) was an English footballer. His great-grandson, Matthew Dallman, also became a professional footballer.

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Playing career

Welsh played for Dipton United, Annfield Plain, Durham City and Portsmouth, before joining Port Vale in May 1935. He made 20 Second Division and three FA Cup appearances in the 1935–36 relegation season, and broke an ankle at a 1–0 win over Southampton at The Dell on 31 March. He played 17 Third Division North games in the 1936–37 season and then played 27 league games in the 1937–38 season. He was given a free transfer away from The Old Recreation Ground in May 1938.

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  • Sourced from Roderick Welsh profile at the English National Football Archive (subscription required)
  • References

    Roderick Welsh Wikipedia


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