23 Matthew Carney

Biography

Matthew Carney was a Beverley-born centre half who was a local junior level footballer who was an Army Private in Beverley. He played a supporting role in the club’s inaugural season of friendlies and FA Cup ties, starting one friendly game in April 1905. He was playing for Beverley Town in October 1905 when he impressed in a game against City’s Reserves and was selected to make his only senior Tigers appearance for the club in the October 1905 FA Cup tie at Denaby United which was played on the same day the City first XI took on Manchester United in the league. Carney never played for the City senior side again but continued to occasionally turn out for the reserves, while also playing for local Beverley sides and the East Riding FA XI.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: unknown date, Beverley
Hull City First Game: 28 October 1905, Denaby United A (FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round)
Hull City Final Game: 28 October 1905, Denaby United A (FA Cup 2nd Qualiftying Round)

Clubs

Beverley Town (1903-1905), Hull City (1905), Beverley Town (1905-1906), Beverley Barracks (1906-1907)

Hull City Record

Career: 1 apps, 0 goals

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