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About John Hughes:
“He is a half-back of the sound type, reliable rather than brilliant, and his head work is especially noticeable. In better class company his talents should develop, more particularly in the direction of drawing the opposition before placing to his forwards. He stands 5ft. 9in., and weighs 11st. 12lb., and considering the limited character of the chances he has had of making headway, must be said to have fared exceedingly creditably in the football world.”
(Joint Everton and Liverpool Match Programme: April 29, 1905)

Born: April 16, 1877: Bagillt (Flintshire), Wales.
Passed away: July 5, 1950: Wallasey (Lancashire), England.
** Note, in a portrait of John Hughes in the match programme for April 29, 1905, it is stated he was born in Flint in 1880.

Nick name: Geezer.

Biography portrait of John Hughes from the Match Programme (April 29, 1905).

Position: Left half.

Height: 176 cm. (5ft. 9in.);
Weight: 75 kilos (11st. 12lb.).
* Source: Match Programme: April 29, 1905.

Career:
Liscard C.E.M.S.,:1897.
* Trial with New Brighton Tower.
New Brighton Tower: Signed: April 27, 1899.
Clarendon: 1901.
Aberdare: 1901.
Liverpool: Signed: May 7, 1903;
** eligible for Liverpool in official matches: September 1, 1903.
Plymouth Argyle: 1906.
* Retired due to injury in 1907.
Trainer: Harrowby.

Image(s):
Sunderland Daily Echo: January 2, 1904.
John Hughes 1904 II

Sunderland Daily Echo: January 2, 1904.
John Hughes 1904

Athletic News: January 18, 1904.

Everton and Liverpool Match Programme: April 29, 1905.

Evening Express: October 15, 1910.
Harrowby players with their trainer John Hughes, former Liverpool and Wales international half back.
Harrowby 1910

Liverpool Echo: July 6, 1950.

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