Stabb George Image 1 Torquay United 1934

Stabb George Image 1 Torquay United 1934


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Paignton, Devon born centre forward George Stabb began his football career playing for Paignton Town in 1929 and Dartmouth Town in 1930, before joining Third Division (South) Torquay United in September 1931, making his Football League debut at Fulham the same month. He became a regular performer in 1932-33 missing only two matches, scoring 26 goals including hat-tricks against Southend United and Watford, topping the club’s goalscoring charts. He remained at the top in 1933-34 with 15 goals, before joining Notts County in October 1934 after 48 goals in 103 appearances for The Seagulls.

His spell at Meadow Lane proved less than successful and the club were relegated at the end of the 1934-35 season, Stabb having scored 5 goals in 25 appearances. He moved to Port Vale in July 1935, scoring 11 goals in 35 appearances before a transfer to Second Division Bradford Park Avenue in September 1936, where he mostly appeared at wing half. He was a regular performer in the final two seasons before the Second World War, and returned to Park Avenue after the War, scoring once in two final appearances in October 1946 before his retirement in 1947, after 5 goals in 102 appearances for Avenue.

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