Shaw Harry Image 2 Sunderland 1930

Shaw Harry Image 2 Sunderland 1930


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Hednesford, Staffordshire born left back Harry Shaw played for Hednesford Town in 1922 before joining recently relegated local professional club Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer of 1923, making his Football League debut at Chesterfield the same August, and immediately becoming a first team regular at Molineux. In his first season he played 37 League matches as Wolves won the Third Division (North) Championship, and gained immediate promotion back to the Second Division. He continued as a regular in the Wolves first team until February 1930, when he was signed by First Division Sunderland after 249 appearances for Wolves.

He made his debut for Sunderland against Newcastle United on 22nd February 1930 in a 3-0 defeat at St. James’ Park, and was a virtual ever present in his first two full seasons with the club. He played as Sunderland lost the 1931 FA Cup semi final 2-0 to Birmingham at Elland Road, and also made 26 League appearances as Sunderland finished as League Championship runners up in 1934-35. However he made only one further appearance for Sunderland that August at Arsenal and (whether through injury) never played again, having scored 5 goals, 4 from the penalty spot, in 217 appearances for The Wearsiders.



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