Lawrie Bob Image 1 Cardiff City 1912

Lawrie Bob Image 1 Cardiff City 1912


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Not much is known about Bob Lawrie but clearly he was a regular at Southern League club Cardiff City from around the time of its foundation in 1908 or entry into the Southern League in 1910. When Fred Stewart was appointed on a three-year contract earning £4 a week, the maximum wage a player could earn at the time, he began a complete overhaul of the playing squad, retaining only four of the players he inherited from McDougall (Jack Evans, Bob Lawrie, Ted Husbands and Tom Abley). When Cardiff won the Welsh Cup in 1912, George Latham featured in the Final and made the unique gesture of giving his medal to Cardiff’s regular Bob Lawrie who had missed the game. As George Latham was a half back that suggests Lawrie was perhaps too. Full biography to follow.


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