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Cunningham: Thomas (Tom)

1908-1909 (Leeds City Player Details)


Born: Sunderland: 09-09-1884

Debut: v Derby County (a): 23-01-1909

Height & Weight: Unknown

Cunningham started with Sunderland Juniors and was brought to Leeds City in August 1908. He was seen as “one for the future” and was expected to be cover for the two well established goalkeepers in the incumbent Tom Naisby and his then deputy and City stalwart Harold Bromage. This proved to be the case as the two proved to be the first choice keepers throughout Cunningham’s stay with the club. His only appearance for City came as a last minute replacement at the Baseball Ground on 23rd January1909, and as City were put to the sword and lost 5-1, it held no happy memories for the temporary keeper. It was his only Football League appearance of his career and he drifted out of the game at the end of that season.

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