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Mason: George

1920-1924 (Player Details)

Outside Right

Born: Church Gresley, Nr Burton-upon-Trent, Derbyshire: 16-09-1896

Debut: v Port Vale (a): 28-08-1920

5’8” 11st (1922)

Signed from Frickley Colliery in July 1920, George Mason was United’s first-choice right winger in their initial season in the Football League and featured in the first League game and all but seven of the rest. He vied with Walter Coates for the Outside Right position in the club’s second season but in the third was eventually edged out by Alan Noble. In June 1923 he went to Swindon Town, but they released him in May 1924, after only one appearance. His one appearance for them was at Outside-Right in a 0-1 defeat at Reading on 27th October 1923. He died in Durham in July 1987.

League 655
F.A.Cup 10