Leeds United F.C. History
Leeds United F.C. History : Foreword
1919-29 - The Twenties
1930-39 - The Thirties
1939-46 - The War Years
1947-49 - Post War Depression
1949-57 - The Reign of King John
1957-63 - From Charles to Revie
1961-75 - The Revie Years
1975-82 - The Downward Spiral
1982-88 - The Dark Years
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1996-04 - The Rollercoaster Ride
2004-17 - Down Among The Deadmen
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Iceton: Osborne Lloyd (Lloyd)

WW2 Guest: 1945-1946 (Leeds United War-time Guest Player Details)

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Born: Workington: 30-03-1920

Debut: v Stoke City (a): 13-09-1945

Height & Weight: Unknown

Iceton signed for First Division Preston North End in May 1938 but never played for them before the Second World War brought the Football League fixtures to a halt. He played as a guest for Leeds United, at Centre Forward, early in the 1945-46 season in the Football League Northern Section. He made his debut on 13th September 1945 in a 1-2 defeat in an away fixture with Stoke City and stayed to play in the next game at Oakwell against Barnsley in which United went down 2-3. He also guested for Loverpool at inside-left on 21st September 1940 in as game played at Leyland Motors ground in the North Region Wat League. He also played for his own club Preston North End, making two appearances in each of the 1939-40 and 1944-45 and 1945-46 seasons and one further guest appearance for each of Nottinghan Forest in 1944-45 and Notts County in 1945-46. After the War he returned to Preston but soon left as he signed for Third Division North Carlisle United in October 1946. He thrived under Ivor Broadis and he was renowned for his strong shooting and scored eighteen goals, one being from the penalty spot, in seventy-seven League games and another four goals, one from the spot, in seven F.A. Cup ties, before moving to Tranmere Rovers in June 1950. He was elected as Carlisle United's ninety-sixth best player ever. He played one hundred and forty League games, scoring eighteen goals, and also netted four more in thirteen F.A. Cup games until he retired in the 1954-55 season. He died in 1994.

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