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Famous Fulham Players: No 9 Pat Beasley

12 Feb 2010 19:49:02

Famous Fulham Players: No 9 Pat Beasley

Captained the side to the 2nd division title. Pat Beasley 1945-50, 163 appearances A winger for Arsenal, Beasley played in Herbert Chapman's legendary 1934-35 first division championship side. His career was interrupted by World War II, but in 1945 Beasley signed for Fulham. Now a half-back, he captained the side to the second division title in 1948-49, a team known for its work-rate and consistency. He made 163 appearances for the club in all and played for England three times. Personal informationFull nameAlbert BeasleyDate of birthJuly 16, 1913Place of birth   Stourbridge, Worcestershire, EnglandDate of death   February 27, 1986 (aged 72)Place of death   Taunton, EnglandPlaying positionMidfielderYouth careerCookleyStourbridgeSenior career1YearsClubApp (Gls)*1931-19371937-19391946-19501950-1952ArsenalHuddersfield TownFulhamBristol City079 (19)108 (24)153 (13)066 0(5)   National team1939England001 0(0)Teams managed1950-19581959-19601961-1964Bristol CityBirmingham CityDover1 Senior club appearances and goalscounted for the domestic league only.* Appearances (Goals)


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