Chapeltown born inside forward Colin Myers joined Southern League Crystal Palace in 1910 from Northfleet, before joining non league Hickleton Main Colliery in 1912. After the First World War he joined First Division Bradford City scoring against Blackburn Rovers on his debut and only League appearance in a 3-1 victory in November 1919. He joined Southend United in the summer of 1920, scoring 4 goals in 23 games before transferring to Aberdare Athletic in the summer of 1921 and scoring 14 times for Lot Jones’ men in 32 appearances before a move to Northampton Town the following year. His 3 seasons at The County Ground saw 32 goals in 75 games, before a move to London with Queen’s Park Rangers in October 1924. He joined Exeter City in the summer of 1925 after 10 goals in 22 games for The Hoops, which included 4 goals in a 4-4 FA Cup draw against Clapton in November 1924. At Exeter he scored 3 times in 20 appearances, before joining non league Grantham in 1925, returning to League action with Hartlepools in 1926, where he scored 8 goals in 22 appearances, before a move to non league Gainsborough Trinity in 1927.