320 Charles Robinson

Biography

Experienced right half Robinson joined City from Plymouth Argyle in 1937 and spent two seasons in the Tigers’ first team before World War Two bought the Football League to a halt. Robinson scored a long-range goal in City record victory, 11-1 against Carlisle United in January 1939. Born in Rotherham, Charles spent several seasons at Stockport County before his spell at Plymouth. He died in 1972.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 20 August 1905, Rotherham
Hull City First Game: 28 August 1937, Wrexham H (Division Three North), 32 years, 8 days old
Hull City Final Game: 22 April 1939, Crewe Alexandra H (Division Three North), 33 years, 245 days old

Clubs

Stockport County (1932-1936), Plymouth Argyle (1936-1937), Hull City (1937-1939)

Hull City Record

Career: 75 apps, 4 goals

Charles Robinson
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1937/3827030----10
1938/3941430------

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