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Harry Parkes
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Full name Harold Arnold Parkes[1]
Date of birth September 1888
Place of birth    Halesowen, England
Date of death    March 1947
Place of death    Basford, England
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Playing position Outside-right
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*



1906-1908
1908-1914
1914-19??
1920
Halesowen Amateurs
Coombs Wood
Halesowen
West Bromwich Albion
Coventry City
West Bromwich Albion
Newport County



19 (4)

08 (0)
01 (0)   
Teams managed
1919-1922
1922-1927
1927-1936
1936-1938
1938-1939
Newport County
Chesterfield
Lincoln City
Mansfield Town
Notts County

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Harold Arnold 'Harry' Parkes (born September 1888 in Halesowen, died March 1947 in Basford) was an English footballer and the manager of various football clubs in the 1920s and 1930s.

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Playing career

Parkes attended Halesowen Grammer School and played for local sides Halesowen Amateurs, Coombs Wood and Halesowen before joining West Bromwich Albion in February 1906. His debut came against Notts County in March 1907 in the FA Cup and he played in the semi-final defeat against Everton later that season.

He left after falling out with the West Bromwich Albion management and joined Coventry City in May 1908. He played 170 league and cup games for Coventry, scoring 38 times before returning to West Bromwich Albion in May 1914. He was player-assistant manager of Albion during the war, while working in munitions. He retired from playing during the war due to cartilage problems.

Managerial career

In June 1919, Parkes was appointed as secretary-manager of Southern League Newport County and Parkes was forced to play in goal in an emergency in April 1920. They joined the expanded Football League in 1920, but County struggled. He became manager of Chesterfield in May 1922, leaving in April 1927 and taking up the manager's post with Lincoln City the following month. He led Lincoln to promotion in 1932, by virtue of winning Division Three North, but Lincoln were relegated again two years later. He left to manage Mansfield Town in May 1936, resigning in January 1938 to manage Notts County. He resigned in July 1939 and retired from football at the same time.

References

  • Dennis Turner & Alex White. The Breedon Book of Football Managers. Breedon Books. ISBN 1873626320.  
  1. ^ Michael Joyce. Football League players' records 1888 to 1939. SoccerData. p. 203. ISBN 1899468676.  

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