Parkes David Image 1 Rochdale 1922

Parkes David Image 1 Rochdale 1922


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Lye, Dudley born centre half David Parkes played for Newcastle Town in 1911 joining Southern League Brighton & Hove Albion in 1912 before joining First Division Sheffield Wednesday in March 1914, making his Football League debut at Derby County the same month. He was a regular in the Wednesday side in 1914-15 as they achieved a 7th-place finish in the First Division. His career was interrupted by World War I and once League football had been resumed in 1919-20 Parkes resumed at Hillsborough but after only 8 more appearances lost his place in the side. He left for Stoke in July 1920 having scored once in 50 games for The Owls, however he failed to make much of an impact in The Potteries and after making just six appearances in 1920-21 he left for Welsh side Llanelly. He then moved to Third Division (North) club Rochdale in June 1922 where he spent six seasons scoring 12 goals in 219 appearances for “Dale” before ending his career with Macclesfield in 1928.

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