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Full name  Alexander Torrance
Name  Sandy Torrance
Playing position  Left half
Place of death  Bristol, England
Place of birth  Glasgow, Scotland

Date of birth  (1901-09-29)29 September 1901
Date of death  14 April 1941(1941-04-14)

Alexander Torrance (born 29 September 1901 in Glasgow and died 14 April 1941 in Bristol) was a Scottish footballer who played as a left half.

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Career

Alexander "Sandy" Torrance played locally with Renfrew juniors. Joe Palmer signed Torrance in June 1921 for Bristol City. Torrance played alongside Bert Neesam and had a benefit match v Gillingham on 15 January 1927 in which Tot Walsh scored 6 goals in a 9-4 win although Torrance himself did not play. Torrance joined Bath City in July 1928. Sandy Torrance died on 14 April 1941 after injury in an air raid on Bedminster on 11 April 1941.

Honours

with Bristol City
  • Football League Third Division South winner: 1922–23
  • References

    Sandy Torrance Wikipedia


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