Cameron Ken Image 1 Middlesbrough 1931

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Cameron Ken Image 1 Middlesbrough 1931


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Hamilton born inside forward Ken Cameron started his football career with Hamilton Athletic in 1924 before joining Parkhead in 1925 before joining Second Division Preston North End a year later, making his Football League debut at Darlington in December 1926. He signed for First Division Middlesbrough in March 1929 after 5 goals in 24 appearances for the Deepdale club, playing 5 seasons at ‘Boro before signing for Bolton Wanderers in October 1933 after 30 goals in 105 appearances. He scored 4 times in 27 matches for The Trotters but only played three times as they were promoted as Second Division runners up in 1934-35, moving to Hull City in the summer of 1935, and staying one season at Boothferry Park where he scored 12 goals in 30 appearances. He joined Queen’s Park Rangers in the close season of 1936 but only made 8 appearances, scoring once, before moving on to Rotherham United a year later, where he spent 1937-38 without making a first team appearance for The Millers before retirement.

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