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Reinhardt: Dr Cecil Goodwin (Cecil)

1910-1912 (Leeds City Player Details)

Wing Half

Born: Lewisham, London: 03-03-1888

Debut: v Wolverhampton Wanderers (a): 16-12-1911

60 1/2 12st 2lb (1912)

Reinhardt gain a Doctor of Chemistry degree at Leeds University and it was while he was there that he signed for Second Division Leeds City in September 1910. Harry Bromage and Tony Hogg were the goalkeepers for City in his first season and he was quite content to play in the Central League side at Elland Road. He did not make his League debut until December 1911 when Leslie Murphy, who had been signed to replace Harry Bromage as the Leeds first choice keeper in 1911, let in five goals at Derby County and another five at home to Burnley and had conceded twelve goals in three losses in the previous three games. Reinhardt also conceded five goals on his debut but was given a further chance and he was able to stem the flow of goals. He went on to play twelve League games and one F.A. Cup game that season before giving way to Tony Hogg as the City first choice keeper and he left at the end of the season. He later changed his surname from Reinhardt to Goodwin, his second Christian name, but never played football again professionally.

League 120
F.A. Cup 10