Bell Dave “Daniel” Image 1 Derby County 1936

Bell Dave “Daniel” Image 1 Derby County 1936


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Gorebridge, Midlothian born right back or right half Dave “Daniel” Bell began his football career with Arniston Rangers in 1927 and played for Musselburgh Bruntonians in 1928 and Wallyford Bluebell in 1929 before signing for First Division Newcastle United for £150 in May 1930, making his Football League debut at Grimsby Town in September 1931. A fringe player during his time at St James’ Park, he came into the team for an extended run in December 1933, making 15 of his 24 Newcastle appearances that season in Newcastle’s campaign that ended in their relegation, although perhaps more notable was his appearance in Newcastle’s 5-3 FA Charity Shield defeat to League Champions Everton at St James’ Park in October 1932, and his only goal for The Geordies the same season when he scored in a 3-2 defeat at West Bromwich Albion in March 1933.

He joined Derby County for £700 in June 1934 and was mainly a fringe player during his four seasons at The Baseball Ground with the exception of 1937-38 when he made 32 first team appearances from his total of 55, before joining new league entrant Ipswich Town in October 1938. He lost half of his twelve years at Portman Road to the Second World War but was a regular in their first team, scoring 3 goals in 190 appearances for The Tractor Boys, missing very few games for them until his retirement in May 1950.



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