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Broughton: Thomas William (Tom)

1912-1913 (Leeds City Player Details)

Right Half

Born: Grangetown, Middlesbrough: 07-06-1888

Debut: v Blackpool (a): 01-01-1913

Height & Weight: Unknown

Broughton played for his home-town team in the Teesside League and joined Leeds City in October 1912. He was given his chance on New Year’s Day 1913 at Blackpool when he replaced Jack Allan at Right-Half. He played the following game but was then replaced by George Law, who held the position until the last two games of the season, when Broughton played in both games. They were his last for the club and a professional career that had started with promise was over as he never played in League football again.

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