55 Archibald Musgrave

Biography

Cumbrian inside forward Archibald Musgrave signed for City in the 1909 close season and sent two seasons at the club, playing occasional first team games and failing to score. He left the club in 1911 and returned to Carlisle.

Musgrave was born in Carlisle and after cutting his teeth in local junior football he spent two seasons at Workington, scoring 30 goals in his second season. This form was enough to attract the attention of Hull City. On returning from Hull he drifted out of the senior game. By 1939 he was widowed, living back in Carlisle with his three sons and working as an engineering labourer. He died in Carlisle in February 1964.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 11 November 1883, Carlisle
Hull City First Game: 23 October 1909, Clapton Orient A (Division Two), 25 years, 346 days old
Hull City Final Game: 24 April 1911, Stockport County A (Division Two), 27 years, 164 days old

Clubs

Workington Town (1907-1909), Hull City (1909-1911)

Hull City Record

Career: 7 apps, 0 goals

Archibald Musgrave
SeasonLGE
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LGE
Gls
FAC
App
FAC
Gls
FLC
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FLC
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EUR
App
EUR
Gls
OTH
App
OTH
Gls
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