Bisby Charlie Image 1 Coventry City 1934


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Mexborough, Yorkshire born left back Charlie Bisby began his football career with Denaby United before signing for Second Division club Notts County, for whom he made his Football League debut at Reading in October 1926. Bisby was a regular throughout the rest of the campaign and was an ever present in The Magpies’ 1927-28 season. The next season Bisby scored his only goal of his career in a 3-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in April 1929, however Notts County suffered relegation in 1929-30, but Bisby was again a regular performer as they won the Third Division (South) Championship in 1930-31 to bounce back to the Second Division at the first time of asking.

After a further season with Notts County, Bisby signed for Third Division (South) club Coventry City in the summer of 1932, but having lost his place in September only appeared a further half dozen times in his debut season. He then established himself as a regular in the Coventry side as both seasons they narrowly missed out on promotion, finishing runners up in the division in 1933-34 and in third place in 1934-35. He had played 20 times for Coventry in their Third Division (South) Championship winning season of 1935-36 when, having lost his place in the side in December, he was transferred to Mansfield Town in early January 1936 after 113 appearances for The Sky Blues. But he played only 9 times for The Stags before joining Midland League club Peterborough United in the 1936 close season, his final club before his eventual retirement.

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