Edward Fairhurst Adams (Ted Adams) @ PlayUpLiverpool.com


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About Ted Adams:

Born: November 30, 1906: Anfield (Liverpool/Lancashire), in England.
Passed away: November 30, 1991: Burnley (Lancashire), in England.

Position: Goalkeeper.

Height: 178 cm. (5ft. 10in.);
Weight: 78 kilos (12st. 4lb.).

Career:
Liverpool schoolboys.
Oakmere, 1925.
Earle, 1926.
Liverpool: Signed: May 26, 1927.
* 1927-28: 0-0 (FL 1).
Burscough Rangers: Signed: May, 1928.
Manchester Central: Signed: 1929.
Connah’s Quay & Shotton: Signed: August, 1930.
Barrow: Signed: December 5, 1931.
Wrexham: Signed: December 21, 1931.
* 1931-32: 9-0 (FL 3N);
* 1932-33: 25-0 (FL 3N);
* 1933-34: 13-0 (FL 3N);
* 1934-35: 40-0 (FL 3N).
Southport: Signed: July 2, 1935.
* 1935-36: 13-0 (FL 3N).
* Contract cancelled: January, 1936.
* Trial with Burnley: January, 1936.
Burnley: Signed: February 27, 1936.
* 1935-36: 12-0 (FL 2);
* 1936-37: 16-0 (FL 2);
* 1937-38: 41-0 (FL 2);
* 1938-39: 42-0 (FL 2).
* War time guest for Blackburn Rovers, February, 1940.
Accrington Stanley, Signed: September 20, 1941.
* War time guest for New Brighton.
* War time guest for Blackburn Rovers.
* War time guest for Wrexham.
* War time guest for West Bromwich Albion, 1944.

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Ted Adams

2 comments

  1. Goalkeeper.
    Born: Anfield 30 Nov 1906.
    Died: 28 November 1991.
    Debut: h v Bradford City, NEL, 2 March 1940. D 2-2.
    Career: Oakmere; Earle; Liverpool 1927; Burscough Rangers; Manchester Central; Connah’s Quay; Barrow 1931; Wrexham 1931; Southport 1935; Burnley Feb 1936; HALIFAX TOWN WW2 guest Feb 1940; New Brighton, Chester, Wrexham.

    Ted Adams enjoyed an extensive Football League career, notably with Wrexham (85 appearances) and Burnley (113). He came close to reaching Division Two with Wrexham in 1932-33, and was ever-present, having come out of retirement, with Burnley during 1937-38. Adams was called upon by Halifax Town for one solitary appearance when Charlie Briggs was called up for wartime services.

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