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About Dick Forshaw:
“One of the most versatile players in the game is this Widnes-born man, who graduated with Gateshead St. Vincent and just missed by Middlesbrough after the war. Was then an inside right, but he can play anywhere in attack of at half. Cool, calm, and methodical, he never appears to be all out, but in front of goal is deadly accurate. Relies on position work and real ball craft for his success.”
(Source: Derby Daily Telegraph: September 3, 1926)

Born: August 20, 1895: Widnes, in England.
Passed away: 1963: Llandudno, in Wales.

Position: Inside left, later centre forward.

Height: 179 cm. (5ft. 10½in..);
Weight: 79 kilos (12st. 6lb.).
* Source: Nottingham Evening Post: October 10, 1929.

Career:
Gateshead St. Vincent. 1913.
Nottingham Forest.
Royal Garrison Artillery (army football).
Middlesbrough (wartime guest),
Liverpool: Signed: July 31, 1919.
** Transferred to Everton for £3,750.
Everton: Signed: March 2, 1927.
** Transferred to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Signed: August 16. 1929.
** Transfer listed: October 9, 1929.
** Transferred to Waterford Celtics.
Waterford Celtics: Signed: August 12, 1930.
** Transferred to Hednesford Town.
Hednesford Town: Signed: August, 1930.
** Transferred to Rhyl F.C.
Waterford Celtics: Signed: August 12, 1930.
Rhyl F.C.: Signed: October 16, 1930.

Merits:
Football League, 1st Division, Winners: 1921/22 (Liverpool), 1922/23 (Liverpool), 1927/28 (Everton).

Image(s):
The Athletic News: October 20, 1919.
Dick Forshaw 1919X
Daily Mirror: February 27, 1922.
Dick Forshaw 1922
Dick Forshaw (right) in a race with Arsenal’s Tom Whittaker.

Liverpool Echo: December 2, 1989.

From private collection of football cards.

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