Webb Ike Image 1 West Bromwich Albion 1904

Webb Ike Image 1 West Bromwich Albion 1904


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Worcester born goalkeeper Isaac “Ike” Webb began his football career with St Clement’s Rangers in 1892 and played for Berwick Rangers (of Worcester, the club that would become Worcester City) in 1893, Worcester Olympic in 1894, Evesham Town in 1895 and Wellington Town in 1896 before signing for Second Division Small Heath (now Birmingham City) in 1897, making his Football League debut at Luton Town in April 1898. In his four seasons at Small Heath he was understudy to Henry Clutterbuck and Nat Robinson, making only 6 appearances, before joining Second Division West Bromwich Albion, relegated the season before, in May 1901.

He helped Albion to an immediate return to the top flight, playing 34 times during the campaign as West Bromwich won the Second Division Championship, and he was Albion’s principal custodian until his transfer to Sunderland in December 1904 for a fee of £250, having made 101 appearances for The Baggies. However he quickly lost his first team place at the start of the 1905-06 season to Tom Naisby, playing only four more times that season to add to his 18 appearances the previous season, before joining Southern League Queen’s Park Rangers in 1906, making his debut for Rangers in March 1907 but only made in total 10 appearances for the club, retiring from the game at the end of the 1907-08 season which saw Rangers win the Southern League Championship for the first time.

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