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Wally Ardron

Wally Ardron
Personal information
Full name Wally Ardron
Date of birth 19 September 1918
Place of birth Swinton,
South Yorkshire, England
Date of death 1978
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
? Denaby United ? (?)
1938?–1949? Rotherham United 123 (98)
1949?–1955? Nottingham Forest 183 (123)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Wally Ardron (19 September 1918 – 1978) was a footballer born in Swinton, South Yorkshire, and who played as a centre forward. He joined Rotherham United from Denaby United, and went on to score 98 Football League goals for Rotherham, either side of World War II.[1]

He joined Nottingham Forest after his time at Rotherham,[1] and holds the record for scoring most Forest league goals in one season (36 in 1950–51).[2]

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