Death of Harry Goslin


December 18, 1943
Lieutenant Harry Goslin, captain and wing half of Bolton Wanderers, and an England war-time international, has died from wounds while serving in the Royal Artillery with the Central Mediterranean Force.

Goslin was one of the most consistent players in the League. He appeared for the Wanderers in 107 League and FA Cup games without a break. He was born in County Durham, but the family moved to Nottingham, where he played for Boots Athletic. He joined Bolton in 1930.
(Liverpool Daily Post: December 31, 1943)

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