Charles William Hewitt (Charles Hewitt) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com


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About Charles Hewitt:

Born: April 10, 1884: in Greatham, in England.
Passed away: December 31, 1966.

Position: Inside right or inside left.

Height: 168 cm. (5ft. 6in.);
Weight: 71 kilos (11st. 4lb.).

Career:
Christchurch.
West Hartlepool.
Middlesbrough, 1904.
* 1904-05: 6-3 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup);
* 1905-06: 27-9 (Football League 1); 5-2 (FA Cup).
Tottenham Hotspur: Signed: 1906. (outside Football League).
* 1906-07: 30-11 (Southern League 1).
** Transferred from Middlesbrough to Liverpool on a free transfer (Middlesbrough forgot to retain him).
Liverpool: Signed: June 5, 1907.
* 1907-08: 16-6 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup).
** Transferred to West Bromwich Albion.
West Bromwich Albion: Signed: April 24, 1908.
* 1907-08: 1-0 (Football League 2); 0-0 (FA Cup);
* 1908-09: 27-15 (Football League 2); 0-0 (FA Cup);
* 1909-10: 32-11 (Football League 2); 4-2 (FA Cup).
Spennymoor United: Signed: close season, 1910.
Crystal Palace: Signed: October 12, 1910.
* 1910-11: 30-8 (Southern League 1);
* 1911-12: 29-10 (Southern League 1);
* 1912-13: 31-11 (Southern League 1);
* 1913-14: 33-6 (Southern League 1);
* 1914-15: 28-4 (Southern League 1).
* War time guest, Hartlepools United, 1919.
** Transferred to Hartlepools United.
Hartlepools United: Signed: July, 1919.
* 1921-22: 6-0 (Football League 3S); 0-0 (FA Cup);
Manager: Wrexham, 1924.
Manager: Chester City, 1930.
* Resigned his position: April 1, 1936.
Manager: Millwall: Appointed: April 1, 1936.
Manager: Leyton Orient, 1946.
Manager: Millwall, 1948.

Did you know that…
* Charlie Hewitt was the first managing director in English football, and towards the end of the 1930s he was responsible to get his thoughts on print in the home match programme for Millwall F.C.?

Image(s):
Athletic News: December 11, 1905.

Athletic News: November 12, 1910.
1910-charles-hewitt-crystal-palace

Athletic News: October 2, 1911.
1911 Charles Hewitt

4 comments

  1. Kjell

    I’ve just read this piece on Charlie Hewitt and just to inform you that there has been a cross in the career paths of two different gentleman The Millwall manager was William Charles Hewitt and was born in North Wales and passed away in the early 1970’s in Chester.

    I must congratulate you on a very interesting website, keep up the good work

    1. Hi Dave,

      Thanks for the kind words and I am happy you are finding articles for your taste. So far I am close to have added 13,000 historical articles and it feels like I have just started.

      Kjell

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