Fraser Alec Image 2 Fulham 1905

Fraser Alec Image 2 Fulham 1905


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Kirkhill, Inverness born inside left Alec Fraser began his football career with Inverness Thistle and joined First Division Newcastle United in December 1903, spending the rest of 1903-04 at St James’ Park without making a first team appearance. His play improved while with Newcastle, to the extent that he was described as “a goal-getter much above the average”. He joined Southern League club Fulham in October 1904 and was part of their back-to-back Southern League Championship winning teams of 1905-06 and 1906-07, by when he had scored 23 goals in 79 appearances for The Cottagers.

He stayed long enough to play for Fulham in the Football League, making a further 10 League appearances for Fulham in 1907-08, scoring 5 goals, also replacing the injured Fred Threlfall in the team that knocked out League Champions Manchester United 2-1 in that season’s FA Cup fourth round. before joining Bradford Park Avenue in April 1908. In October 1908 he scored a hat-trick in an FA Cup tie when Bradford won 11-0 at Denby Dale, and his 20 matches at Park Avenue produced 10 goals before he joined North Eastern League club Darlington at the end of the 1908-09 season. In February 1912 he joined First Division Middlesbrough and played 5 League matches between April and September, subsequently joining non league Newcastle City and then returning to Darlington in 1913 before his retirement.

NB in the photograph, Brentford right back Tom Riley clears from Fulham team mate Willie Wardrope and Alec Fraser (right) in the match between Brentford and Fulham at Griffin Park on 7th October 1905. Fraser scored the first Fulham goal in a 2-0 victory.


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