Saturday, April 10, 2021
Manager History Matt McQueen

Matt McQueen

When David Ashworth resigned in 1922 after two title wins Matt McQueen was promoted to manager.

He had played for the club in the 1890’s and was an all-rounder, playing in all eleven positions during his career, including 49 times as goalkeeper.

After taking over as manager during the 1922/23 season, McQueen guided the club to the title that season – his only honour in his five-year managerial career.

McQueen lost a leg in a road accident and was forced to retire in 1928. He died in 1944.


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