308 Jackie Mayson

Biography

Jackie Mayson was an experienced outside left who joined the Tigers in the 1936 close season, but moved on again a year later. He scored twice on his debut against Port Vale but his form was variable during the season and he fell out of favour in the New Year when Cliff Hubbard was moved out wide from his previous central role.

Mayson was born in Southport and played in the Merseyside local leagues before signing amateur forms for Southport FC in 1929. He also played a an amateur for Burscough before joining the professional ranks at Bolton Wanderers in 1932. He stayed at Burnden Park for just over a year before spending three seasons in London playing for Clapton Orient.

Mayson joined Tranmere Rovers in 1937 and then moved on again to Runcorn in 1938. His playing career ended when the Second World War broke out in 1939. After football Mayson became an engineer. He died in June 1991 in Southport.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 24 October 1908, Southport
Hull City First Game: 29 August 1936, Port Vale A (Division Three North), 27 years, 310 days old
Hull City Final Game: 3 April 1937, Carlisle United H (Division Three North), 28 years, 161 days old

Clubs

Southport (1929-1931), Burscough (1931-1932), Bolton Wanderers (1932-1933), Clapton Orient (1933-1936), Hull City (1936-1937), Tranmere Rovers (1937-1938), Runcorn (1938-1939)

Hull City Record

Career: 25 apps, 9 goals

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