Leeds United F.C. History
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Dunn: William Marshall (Billy)

WW2 Guest: 1942-1943 (Leeds United War-time Guest Player Details)

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Born: Lambhill, Glasgow: 09-10-1910

Debut v Newcastle United (h): 30-01-1943

Height & Weight: Unknown

Dunn started his football career with Glasgow Ashfield and he was signed by Celtic on 6th February 1933. As a junior Dunn boasted an impressive scoring record and he made his Celtic debut in place of the injured Jimmy McGrory on 23rd September 1933 in a 1-1 League draw at St Johnstone. He was a frequent scorer for the reserves but he failed to repeat that form for the first team and he was sold to First Division Brentford in June 1935 after nine League appearances and two goals for Celtic. He had a similar fate at Griffin Park scoring once in two League games in his first season and only playing one game without scoring in his second season. He left for Second Division Southampton before the start of the 1937-38 season and managed three goals in fourteen League appearances as well as scoring in his only game in the F.A. Cup at the Dell. He returned to Scotland in the 1938-39 season and played on loan with Bo'ness and then joined Raith Rovers which appeared to be his final teams. During the War it is believed that he had one game for Leeds as a guest in the 1942-43 Football League Northern Section (Second Championship) 7-2 win over Newcastle United at Elland Road. He died in 1980.

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