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Full name  Tommy Steel
1924-1926  Boston Wonder Workers
Spouse  Ann Donoghue (m. 1960)
Years  Team
Role  Rock star
Playing position  Goalkeeper
Name  Tommy Steel
Place of birth  Glasgow, Scotland
1926-1928  New Bedford Whalers

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Siblings  Ron Hicks, Betty Hicks, Rodney Hicks, Colin Hicks, Sandra Hicks
Movies  Half a Sixpence, Finian's Rainbow, The Happiest Millionaire, The Tommy Steele St, Quincy's Quest

Tommy Steele -Rock and Roll Medley - 2004 Royal Variety Performance


Tommy Steel was an American soccer goalkeeper who earned one cap with the U.S. national team in 1925. He also spent five seasons in the American Soccer League.

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Professional career

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Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Steel began his career in the United States with Fore River of the Southern New England Soccer League. In 1924, he signed with the Boston Wonder Workers of the American Soccer League, playing two seasons with them. In 1926, he joined the New Bedford Whalers, but moved to the Fall River Marksmen eight games into the 1928-1929 season. He played only one game with Fall River before finishing his career with Philadelphia Field Club. He retired in 1929.

National team

Steel earned his cap with the U.S. national team in a 8 November 1925 victory over Canada.

References

Tommy Steel Wikipedia


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