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|Date of Birth||January 09, 1906|
|Date of Death||1979 (aged 73)|
|Place of Birth||Shildon, England|
Paddy Wrightson Biography
Paddy Wrightson is a famous English footballer, who was born on January 09, 1906 in Shildon, England. According to Astrologers, Paddy Wrightson's zodiac sign is Capricorn.
Frank Lawrence Wrightson (9 January 1906 – 1979), also known as Paddy Wrightson, was an English footballer who scored 123 goals from 236 appearances in the Football League playing as an inside forward or centre forward in the 1920s and 1930s.
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He played amateur football for Ferryhill Athletic of the Northern League before joining Darlington, with whom he made his Football League debut in the Third Division North and turned professional. In 1930, he signed for First Division club Manchester City, but he was not a success at that level, and moved on to Fulham. He helped them gain promotion to the Second Division, but played little after that. He joined Exeter City of the Third Division South in March 1933. In his second full season with Exeter he began scoring heavily, and at his final club, Chester of the Third Division North, he set a club record of 73 Football League goals that stood for 40 years.
Paddy Wrightson Net Worth
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|Source of Income||Footballer|
Wrightson was born in Shildon, County Durham, the son of Thomas Wrightson and his wife Lizzie. At the time of the 1911 census, Thomas was working as a forgeman and living with Lizzie and their four children in Beresford Street, New Shildon. Wrightson himself followed in his father's trade, working as a blacksmith at the London and North Eastern Railway's workshops at Shildon, before he became a professional footballer. He died in Cleveland in 1979 at the age of 73.
Paddy Wrightson Height, Weight & Measurements
At 73 years old, Paddy Wrightson height is 5 ft 10+1⁄2 in (1.79 m) .
|Height||5 ft 10+1⁄2 in (1.79 m)|
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By January 1927, Wrightson was playing as an amateur for Northern League club Ferryhill Athletic. In the summer of 1928, he became one of several hundred Durham amateur footballers suspended for six months and declared professional for receiving payments over and above legitimate expenses. He played as an amateur for Darlington in the latter half of the 1928–29 season, and made his debut in the Football League Third Division North on 30 March 1929 in a 3–2 defeat at home to Stockport County. He appeared twice more that season, without scoring, and then turned professional. He appeared in the first 33 matches of the 1929–30 season and scored 16 goals, playing mainly at inside right in support of 34-goal centre-forward Maurice Wellock as Darlington headed for a third-place finish.
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In mid-March 1930, he became the sixth player in ten days to sign for Manchester City of the First Division; the fee was "stated to be above £2000". He went straight into the starting eleven for City's 3–1 home win against Grimsby Town. The opening goal was scored by Tommy Tait after Wrightson's shot hit a post, but "shot lamentably when Tait unselfishly invited the newcomer to 'help himself' to his first goal". He played in three more matches that season without scoring; against Sheffield United he again disappointed the Manchester Guardian correspondent when he missed two "excellent" chances and showed he had "yet to discover the speed and nimbleness that distinguish City forwards." He improved, but his lack of success in front of goal meant he never established himself as a first-team regular. He scored four times from 22 first-team appearances, all in the league, and then, with the transfer deadline approaching, he signed for Fulham, who needed to strengthen their squad in an attempt to secure the Third Division South title and consequent promotion to the Second Division.
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