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About John Glover:
Born: October 22, 1876: West Bromwich, in England.
Passed away: April 20, 1955: Dudley, in England.
Position: Right back.
Height: 173 cm (5ft. 8in.);
Weight: 76 kilos (12st.).
West Bromwich Unity, 1892.
Great Bridge Celtic, 1893.
Newton Albion, 1895.
West Bromwich Albion, 1896.
Blackburn Rovers, 1897.
New Brompton (outside Football League), 1899.
** Transferred to Liverpool for £300.
Liverpool: Signed: May 9, 1900.
* eligible for Liverpool in official matches: September 1, 1900.
* retained: April 24, 1902.
* Suspended by Football League: May 1903 until December 31, 1903.
** Transferred to Small Heath for £250.
Small Heath: Signed: January 12, 1904.
** Change name to Birmingham
Brierley Hill Alliance, 1908.
1911, Census: Age 33, living with his wife Annie Glover (32, born Blackburn) and two servants in Brierley Hill. Occupation: Licensed Victualler.
English League XI ?-? (v. Irish League: November 9, 1901; v. Scottish League: March 26, 1906).
Athletic News: October 13, 1902.
1911 Census, signature and address:
A collection of images from the http://www.freemanart.ca/2010_archive.htm:
John Glover (Liverpool FC) Lancashire Combined League Championship cap and medal.
John Glover, Liverpool Senior Cup Winners Cup Medal 1900.