Rattray Charlie Image 1 Blackpool 1931

Rattray Charlie Image 1 Blackpool 1931


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Fleetwood, Lancashire born right winger Charlie Rattray began his football career in local junior football with Mount Rovers and Fleetwood Rangers, playing for Fleetwood Windsor Villa in 1928 before joining Second Division club Blackpool for £10 in November 1929, making his Football League debut at Reading in March 1930, scoring twice in 9 matches in the season run in as Blackpool won the Second Division Championship. The following season he made 21 appearances during the campaign, but he spent three more seasons at Bloomfield Road largely as a fringe player, and by the time he joined Watford in June 1934 he had scored 10 goals in 57 appearances for The Seasiders.

He scored once in 26 appearances for The Hornets during a two season stay marred by injury and joined Mansfield Town in June 1936, scoring 5 goals in 39 appearances for The Stags before joining Port Vale in May 1937. A single season at The Old Rec saw 2 goals in 25 appearances, before a move to Accrington Stanley in June 1938, where he scored once in 22 appearances before being released at the end of the 1938-39 season. He joined non league Mossley in 1939 and then Fleetwood in January 1940 and was still playing for them after the Second World War.

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