Jock Smith and James Stott in Newcastle

October 26, 1901
** Jock Smith, as he was called in the days when he played for Newcastle East End, Sunderland, Liverpool, and The Wednesday, is a purveyor of alcoholic refreshments in the “coaly city,” and needless to say is still a keen supporter of the game.
** James Stott, the old Liverpool, and Newcastle United Club captain, and in his day a very well known figure in football circles, is now a flourishing Boniface at Newcastle on Tyne.
(Sunderland Daily Echo: October 26, 1901)

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