Bullock Hugh Image 1 Portadown 1934

Bullock Hugh Image 1 Portadown 1934


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Larkhall born centre half Hugh Bullock played for Royal Albert in 1929 and joined Greenock Morton in 1930 before moving to Irish League Portadown for the first time in 1933, where he became club captain, leading them to The Irish Gold Cup in 1935. In November 1935 he transferred to Second Division club Newcastle United for £1,325, making his Football League debut against Nottingham Forest at the end of the same month, and playing 5 times for Newcastle before joining New Brighton on a free transfer in September 1936.

He had a second spell at Portadown in December 1937, this time as player-manager, before returning to New Brighton, playing with them until peacetime football was suspended due to the outbreak of the Second World War, and he scored 5 goals in exactly 100 games for the Wirral club, before returning to Portadown. During the Second World War he played for Aircraft United and after the War once again played for Portadown.

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