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Guy: Richard William (Dickie)

1908-1909 (Leeds City Player Details)

Outside Right

Born: Madeley, Shropshire: 04-08-1877

Debut: v Hull City (h): 12-09-1908

58 11st 6lb (1908)

Guy started with Second Division Manchester City in the 1902-03 season but failed to make the first team. He joined Second Division Bradford City at the start of the following season and scored one goal in six League appearances as an Outside Right. That goal was the first ever scored by Bradford City in the Football League and came on 5th September 1903 in a 3-1 defeat at Valley Parade by Gainsborough Trinity. He joined Non-League Hastings and St Leonards and remained there until new Manager Frank Scott-Walford recruited him for Leeds City in May 1908. He proved to be inconsistent and only stayed at Elland Road for one season before joining Non-League Portsmouth at the start of the 1909-10 season. He later rejoined Hastings and St Leonards in 1910 for 25.

League 183
F.A. Cup 41