Goal Scorers, 1909-1910


September 1, 1910
EVERTONBert Freeman 22, Wattie White 6, Tim Coleman 5, Jack Sharp 4, Harry Makepeace 4, Alex Young 2, Harry Mountford 2, James Gourlay 2, Arthur Berry 2, Louis Weller 1, William Lacey 1 – total 51.

LIVERPOOLJack Parkinson 29, James Stewart, 18, Arthur Goddard 12, Sam Bowyer 6, Ronald Orr 5, Joe Hewitt 2, John Macdonald 2, Robert Robinson 2, Jim Harrop 1, Bertram Goode 1 – total 78.

ASTON VILLAHarry Hampton 26, Joe Bache 21, Billy Gerrish 14, Joe Walters 7, Bert Hall 6, Charles Wallace 6, Edmund Eyre 2, George Hunter 1, Chris Buckley 1 – total 84.

BLACKBURN ROVERSWalter Aitkenhead 12, Eddie Latheron 10, William Cameron 10, Bill Davies 7, Ellis Crompton 6, Johnny Orr 6, Walter Anthony 4, George Chapman 4, Billy Bradshaw 4, Billy Garbutt 3, Albert Walmsley 2, Hugh Stevenson 2, Ernest Bracegirdle 1, Harry Clay (Bristol City) 1, Percy Sands (Woolwich Arsenal) 1 – total 73.

BRADFORD CITYBob Whittingham 21, Frank O’Rourke 20, Dick Bond 6, Jimmy Speirs 6, Peter Logan 5, George Robinson 3, Jimmy Comrie 2, Evelyn Lintott 1 – total 64.

BOLTON WANDERERSBilly Hughes 12, Billy Hunter 10, Gordon Jones 6, Harry Lockett 5, Marshall McEwan 3, Bert Baverstock 3, Jimmy Hogan 1, Sam Marsh 1, Jack Owen 1, Tommy Barber 1, David Stokes 1 – total 44.

BRISTOL CITYJack Cowell 20, Bob Hardy 5, Willis Rippon 4, Fred Staniforth 3, Andy Burton 3, Reuben Marr 3, Sam Gilligan 3, Ben Shearman 2, Allen Foster 1, Billy Wedlock 1 – total 45.

BURYBilly Hibbert 20, Bob Currie 13, Tom Kay 6, Angus McIntosh 5, Jimmy Lindsay 3, Chris Duffy 3, James Raeside 3, Alf Smith 2, Alex Birnie 2, Charles Stansfield 2, Tommy Rae 2, Jack Dewhurst 1, Harold Lee 1 – total 62.

CHELSEAJimmy Windridge 6, Sam Downing 5, Arthur Wileman 5, Vivian Woodward 5, George Hildson 3, Percy Humphreys 3, Evan Jones 3, Joe Bradshaw 3, Billy Brawn 3, Norrie Fairgray 2, Charles Freeman 2, Angus Douglas 2, Tommy Mair 1, Arthur Holden 1, Fred Taylor 1, Marshall McEwan 1, Bob Whittingham 1 – total 47.

MANCHESTER UNITEDGeorge Wall 13, Alex Turnbull 13, Tom Homer 9, Jimmy Turnbull 9, John Picken 7, Harold Halse 6, Billy Meredith 5, Charlie Roberts 4, Arthur Hooper 1, Edward Connor 1, Prince Blott 1 – total 69.

MIDDLESBROUGHJack Hall 14, Steve Bloomer 8, Sam Cail 8, Robert Young 5, Alf Common 4, George Elliott 4, Tommy Dixon 3, Ted Verrill 3, Albert Groves 2, Jim Thackeray 2, Fred Pentland 2, Reg Williamson 1 – total 56.

NEWCASTLE UNITEDAlbert Shepherd 28, Jimmy Stewart 8, Jock Rutherford 7, Jimmy Howie 6, Sandy Higgins 5, George Wilson 2, Scott Duncan 2, Wilf Low 2, Peter McWilliam 2, Andrew Anderson 1, Colin Veitch 1, Bob Waugh 1, Jock Finlay 1, Robert Liddell 1, Dick Duckworth (Manchester United) 1, John Winchester (Preston North End) 1, Robert Young (Bristol City) 1 – total 70.

NOTTS COUNTYJimmy Cantrell 22, Fred Jones 17, Billy Matthews 9, Jerry Dean 6, George Dodd 4, Billy Flint 3, Albert Walker 2, Ike Waterall 2, Arthur Clamp 1, Bernard Wilkinson (Sheffield United) 1 – total 67.

NOTTINGHAM FORESTGrenville Morris 19, Enoch West 17, Tom Marrison 6, Bill Hooper 4, John Derrick 4, Jack Armstrong 2, Bill Palmer 1, George Maltby 1 – Total 54.

PRESTON NORTH ENDDavid McLean 18, Herbie Danson 6, Arthur Mounteney 6, Jimmy Bannister 5, Arthur Winterhalder 4, Jack Platt 3, Tommy Rodway 2, Joe McCall 2, Percy Smith 1, R. Smith 1, John Catterall 1, Charles Arthurs 1, Fred Parnell 1, William Spence 1 – total 52.
** Percy Smith is also R. Smith – so 2 goals is correct statistics.

SHEFFIELD UNITEDJoe Kitchen 21, Wally Hardinge 14, Jim Simmons 12, Bob Evans 8, Joe Walton 4, Ernest Needham 1, Bill Brelsford 1, Albert Sturgess 1 – total 62.

SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAYAndy Wilson 12, Frank Rollinson 10, Sam Kirkman 7, Tom Brittleton 6, Harry Chapman 6, Frank Foxall 5, Frank Bradshaw 3, George Robertson 3, Frank Stringfellow 2, Andy Hunter 2, James Murray 2, Ollie Tummon 1, Billy Lloyd 1 – total 60.

SUNDERLANDGeorge Holley 19, Harry Low 14, Jack Mordue 13, Arthur Bridgett 9, John Thompson 4, Arthur Brown 3, Willie Clark 2, Dick Healey 2 – total 66.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPURBilly Minter 15, Percy Humphreys 13, Bert Middlemiss 9, Robert Steel 9, Jack Curtis 3, Dan Steel 2, Tom Morris 1, Walter Tull 1 – total 53.

WOOLWICH ARSENALDavid Greenway 5, David Neave 5, Walter Lawrence 5, William Buckenham 5, Charles Lewis 3, Albert Beney 3, Charles McGibbon 3, Andy Ducat 3, Harold Lee 2, Matthew Thomson 1, Robert Stevens 1, Matthew McKellar 1 – total 37.
(Joint Everton and Liverpool Match Programme: September 1, 1910)

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