274 Duncan Hutchison

Biography

Experienced Scottsh forward Hutchison joined City for the 1934/35 season, playing most games and contributing a reasonable number of goals to a mid-table Division Two side.

Born in Fife, ‘Hurricane Hutch’ began his career at Dunfermline but a move to Dundee United in 1927, following recovery from a broken leg, kickstarted his career as he scored over 30 goals in two seasons. In 1929 Hutchison joined Newcastle United where he stayed for two years, followed by three further seasons at Derby County prior to joining the Tigers.

Hutchison rejoined Dundee United in 1935 where he saw out his career and stopped playing in 1939. During his six years with the Tangerines over two spells, Hutchison amassed and impressive 122 goals in 215 starts. After retiring Hutchison became a publican in Dundee and was involved with the Dundee United board from 1953 until his death in 1973. He was briefly Dundee United’s caretaker manager in April 1954.

Details

Nationality: Scotland
Date/Place of Birth: 3 March 1904, Kelty
Hull City First Game: 29 August 1934, Plymouth Argyle A (Division Two), 30 years, 179 days old
Hull City Final Game: 27 April 1935, Bradford City A (Division Two), 31 years, 55 days old

Clubs

Dunfermline Athletic (1922-1927), Dundee United (1927-1929), Newcastle United (1929-1931), Derby County (1931-1934), Hull City (1934-1935), Dundee United (1935-1939)

Hull City Record

Career: 39 apps, 8 goals

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