Morris William Image 1 Liverpool 1909

Morris William Image 1 Liverpool 1909


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Arnold, Nottinghamshire born centre forward William Morris began his football career with Arnold St. Mary’s in 1906 and played for Daybrook Baptist Club in 1907, and both Bulwell White Star and Stanton Hill in 1908, from where he was signed by Midland League club Lincoln City in January 1909, helping The Imps to win the Midland League Championship at the end of the season. Morris was then signed by First Division club Liverpool in May 1909, but he never made a first team appearance for The Reds and was released by Liverpool in July 1910. His career thereafter is uncertain.

During the First World War Morris served with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve as an Ordinary Seaman, and went down with his ship, the SS Polesley, when it was torpedoed and sunk by a U-boat off the coast of Cornwall when sailing between Cardiff and France on 21st September 1918.

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