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William Grundy

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William Grundy
Personal information
Full nameWilliam A. Grundy
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1906–1908Blackpool63(26)
1908Bolton Wanderers2(0)
1909Northern Nomads
1909–1911Huddersfield Town1(0)
1911Blackpool0(0)
Northern Nomads
Total66+(26+)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

William A. Grundy was a footballer in the early 20th century.

Playing career

Grundy played for Bolton Wanderers before joining Blackpool in 1906, three years later and he had scored 26 goals in 63 games for the club. After a spell with Northern Nomads he joined Huddersfield Town in 1909, where he stayed for two years.[1] On 23 April 1910 he guested for Port Vale in their vital Potteries derby encounter with Stoke City Reserves. Grundy scored twice but the match was abandoned due to a pitch invasion. He agreed to assist the club 'in times of need', these times never came however and returned to Huddersfield. After leaving the Terriers, he had a short spell back at Blackpool before he finished his career with a second spell at Northern Nomads.[2]

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