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Byrom: Thomas (Tom)

WW2 Guest: 1944-1945 (Leeds United War-time Guest Player Details)

Right Half

Born: Upton, Wirral: 17-03-1920

Debut: v Bradford City (a): 04-11-1944

Height & Weight: Unknown

Byrom started with Heswall and signed for Tranmere Rovers in May 1939, but, before he had a chance to play for them World War Two saw a suspension of the Football League fixtures. He did, however, play fourteen games for Tranmere in the 1939-40 season and scored one goal and then made one appearance for them in the 1940-41 season, without scoring. He guested with Leeds United in the 1944-45 Football League Northern Section (First Championship) playing twice at Right Back in the 6-2 away win and the 4-1 home win over Bradford City and at Right Half in the 6-2 home win and 0-3 away defeat against Hartlepools United in four consecutive games in November 1944. After the War was over he returned to Tranmere Rovers and played three times for them in the Third Division North in the 1946-47 season but did not play any more games in the Football League.

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