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About Messina Allman:

Born: April 5, 1883, in Burslem, in England.
Passed away: 1943, in Croydon, in England.
** The 1911 Census says he lived in Pentre, Glamorgan. He is 27 years old, and lived with his wife, Beatrice (24) and their son Gilbert (4). His profession is professional footballer, and it also states “football committee” and Ton Pentre.
** In the Athletic News presentation of Croydon Common in August, 1912 his birtplace is stated as: Leicester.

Position: Inside forward, half back,

Height: (5ft. 8½in.);
Weight: (11st. 7lb.).

Burslem Park Boys.
Burslem High Lane, 1901.
Burslem Port Vale: Signed: April, 1903.
Reading: Signed: May 4, 1905.
Portsmouth: Signed: May 3, 1907.
Plymouth Argyle: Signed: December 3, 1907.
Stoke: Signed: May, 1908
Liverpool: Signed: July 1, 1908.
Wrexham: Signed: September, 1909.
Ton Pentre: Signed: August, 1910.
Leicester Fosse: Signed: September 1, 1911.
* registered with the Football Association: September 1, 1911.
Croydon Common: Signed: May 25, 1912.
* registered with the Football Association: May 25, 1912.
* retained: April 9, 1913, until April 30, 1915.
* retained: April 1, 1914.
*** Watford: War time guest player: 1916.
*** Arsenal: War time guest player: 1916.
Crystal Palace: Signed: June, 1919.
Maidstone United: Signed: 1920.

The Athletic News, January 15 – 1906.
Messina Allman 1906

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