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James Bagshaw
James Bagshaw
Personal information
Full name John James Bagshaw
Date of birth 25 December 1885(1885-12-25)
Place of birth    Derby, England
Date of death    25 August 1966 (aged 80)
Place of death    Nottingham, England
Playing position Defender
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1906–1920
1920–1921
1921–1922
1922–?
Derby County
Notts County
Watford
Ilkeston United
Grantham


14 (0)   
National team
1919 England 001 0(0)

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

John James Bagshaw (25 December 1885 – 25 August 1966) was an English football player who spent the majority of his career with Derby County. He also represented the English national side. He was a defender who could play anywhere along the half-back line.[1]

Bagshaw was born in Derby, and went on to represent his home town club, joining in October 1906.[1] His career with the club was split by the First World War, during which all league football was suspended. Bagshaw did however represent Notts County in war-time friendlies.[1] He continued his career with Derby after the end of war and in 1919 he won his sole full cap for England. He also played an unofficial game for England in a "Victory International".[1]

He left Derby in February 1920, having won two Second Division titles in his time with the club.[1] He joined Notts County and subsequently moved to Watford for £200 in May 1921.[1] He played 14 games for the club, all in the league.[1]

In 1922 he joined Ilkeston United on a free transfer, and later played for Grantham.[1] After retiring from playing he worked as a scout for Nottingham Forest, Notts County and Coventry City, as well as being on Forest's training staff during the Second World War.[1] He died in Nottingham, aged 80.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Jones, Trefor (1996). The Watford Football Club Illustrated Who's Who. Surrey: T.G Jones. pp. 29. ISBN 0-9527458-0-1.  

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