Leeds United F.C. History
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1919-29 - The Twenties
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Hampson: Thomas (Tom)

1934-1939 (Player Details)

Wing Half

Born: Salford: 1916

Debut: v Chelsea (a): 27-12-1938

58 1/2 10st 12lb (1938)

Hampson joined Leeds as a teenager from Droylsden in November 1934 but only played twice in five years before he was transferred to Oldham Athletic in August 1939. He did not get into their first team in the truncated 1939-40 season, but managed eighty-six games for them in wartime football in which he scored twelve goals. He scored once in seventeen games in 1939-40, twice in thirty-two games in 1940-41, eight times in thirty-two games in 1941-42 and once in five games in 1942-43. He had served as a Flight Lieutenant in the RAF and after his demob, he suffered a bad knee injury and had to retire. He became a plumber and died on 18th October 1947 aged thirty-one, after a fall in which he fractured his skull.

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