Lowe Harry Image 1 Liverpool 1913

Lowe Harry Image 1 Liverpool 1913


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Whitwell, Derbyshire born centre half Harry Lowe began his football career with Whitwell St Lawrence  from where he joined Second Division club Gainsborough Trinity in May 1907, making his Football League debut against Wolverhampton Wanderers that October, soon becoming a regular for Trinity. He was an ever present in their 1910-11 campaign, and Lowe’s display with Gainsborough Trinity against Liverpool in the first round of the FA Cup in January 1911 impressed The Reds such that they signed him in May that year after 3 goals in 114 matches for Trinity. The Liverpool Echo reported in May 1911 that “a sound judge connected with a South Lancashire club believes that Liverpool have completed an important transfer.”

Lowe was Liverpool’s captain from 1913 to 1915, but was unfortunately injured in the penultimate League fixture and subsequently missed his club’s first-ever appearance in an FA Cup Final, in 1914. Even though Lowe didn’t feature in the 1914 FA Cup final he was awarded a runner’s-up medal following Liverpool’s application to the Football Association. This was an exceptional decision by the FA. His career was then interrupted by the onset of the First World War which forced the suspension of peacetime football in May 1915 and he played for Liverpool in only one wartime fixture, but after the War he returned to Anfield and played 5 more matches in the early stages of their 1919-20 campaign before a transfer to Second Division club Nottingham Forest in March 1920 after 2 goals in 135 matches for Liverpool. He played 9 matches for Forest before the season end before going on to join Midland League club Mansfield Town, with whom he spent much of the 1920’s, subsequently playing for Newark Town and Grantham before his eventual retirement.

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