Sinclair Tommy Image 1 Southport 1922

Sinclair Tommy Image 1 Southport 1922


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Southport, Lancashire born wing half (he played both sides) Tommy Sinclair, sometimes known as Topping, began his football career prior to the First World War with hometown Central League club Southport Central in 1914, but after the War he played for Norwood Crescent from where he signed for Second Division club Port Vale in 1919, spending 1919-20 on their books without making a first team appearance. He returned to Southport and when they were elected to The Third Division (North) in 1921, he made his Football League debut against Hartlepools United that September, thereafter missing very few matches over the next eight seasons.

He helped The Sandgrounders finish fourth in the division in 1924-25 and missed only one match the following season, being ever present in 1927-28, missing only one match the next season, but he lost his place in Southport’s first team in December 1929, missing to Cheshire League club Macclesfield in 1930 after 22 goals in 347 appearances. But he made only 5 appearances for The Silkmen, joining newly demoted Lancashire Combination club Nelson for their first season after losing their League status in 1931. After two seasons with The Admirals he returned to Merseyside to join Burscough Rangers, his last known club before his eventual retirement.

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