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About Matt McQueen:

Born: May 18, 1863: in Harthill, in Scotland.
Passed away: September 28, 1944: in Liverpool, in England.

Position: Utility player, started out as a forward, then a half back, full back and also a goalkeeper.

Height: 171 cm. (5ft. 7 ½in.);
Weight: 69 kilos (10st. 12lb.).
** Height and weight source: Athletic News: April 17, 1893.

Career:
West Benhar.
Champfleurie.
Bo’ness.
Leith Athletic: Signed: 1880.
Heart of Midlothian: Signed: 1887.
* 1888-89: 1-0 (FA Cup).
Leith Athletic: Signed: 1890.
* 1889-90: 7-0 (FA Cup);
* 1890-91: 0-0 (Scottish League); 5-0 (FA Cup);
* 1891-92: 21-3 (Scottish League); 3-0 (FA Cup);
* 1892-93: 8-0 (Scottish League); 0-0 (FA Cup).
Liverpool: Signed: October 23, 1892 (outside Football League).
* 1892-93: 16-5 (Lancashire League); 1-0 (FA Cup);
* Signed Football League forms: August 15, 1893;
* registered with the Football League as a Liverpool F.C. player: August 16, 1893;
* eligible for Liverpool F.C. in official matches: September 1, 1893.
* 1893-94: 27-1 (Football League 2); 3-1 (FA Cup); 1-0 (Football League Test Match);
* 1894-95: 23-0 (Football League 1); 3-0 (FA Cup); 1-0 (Football League Test Match);
* 1895-96: 22-0 (Football League 2); 0-0 (FA Cup);
* 1896-97: 1-0 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup);
* 1897-98: 2-0 (Football League 1), 0-0 (FA Cup);
* 1898-99: 2-0 (Football League); 1-0 (FA Cup).
** Retired 1899.
Liverpool: Signed amateur forms: September 18, 1903.
* eligible for Liverpool F.C. in official matches: September 19, 1903.

Merits:
Scotland A 3-0: (v Wales: March 22, 1890; v Wales: March 21, 1891; v Canada: October 3, 1891).
Scotland A Trial 4-0: (February 16, 1889; March 1, 1890; February 28, 1891; March 7, 1891).
Edinburgh Select XI 5-0: (v. Cleveland: September 21, 1889; v. Renfreshire: November 23, 1889; v. Glasgow: February 22, 1890; v. Renfrewshire: February 21, 1891; v. Glasgow: October 22, 1892).
Football League Second Division Winner: 1893-94 (Liverpool), 1895-96 (Liverpool).
Lancashire League Winner: 1892-93 (Liverpool).
Liverpool Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Liverpool).

Image(s):
Bo’ness Journal: October 6, 1944.
1944 Matt McQueen

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