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About Walter Wadsworth:
Did you know that during Liverpool’s tour of Italy in 1922 Wadsworth was offered the manager job of the Turin club?
Born: October 7, 1890: Bootle (Merseyside), England.
Passed away: October 6, 1951: Bristol, England.
Nick name: ‘Dirty Waddy’.
Position: Centre half.
Height: 179 cm. (5ft. 10½in.);
Weight: 70 kilos (11st.).
** Source for height and weight: Athletic News: August 9, 1926.
Lingdale: Signed: 1910.
Ormskirk: Signed: 1911.
Liverpool: Signed: April 13, 1912.
Bristol City: Signed: May 14, 1926.
Player-manager: Flint: Signed: May 30, 1928.
New Brighton: Signed: January 5, 1929.
Oswestry Town: Signed: September, 1930.
Football League First Division Winner: 1921-22 (Liverpool), 1922-23 (Liverpool).
Football League Third Division South Winner: 1926-27 (Bristol City).
Athletic News: August 9, 1926.
Wadsworth greets King George V at Hyde Road, Manchester in 1919.
Image found at ancestry.co.uk.
Liverpool Echo: January 12, 1929.