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Jimmy Bauchop
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Full name James Rae Bauchop
Date of birth 22 May, 1886
Place of birth    Sauchie, Scotland
Date of death    1968
Playing position Forward
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
 ?–?
?–?
?–?
1908–1909
1909–1912
1913
1913–1921
?–?
1923
Alloa Athletic
Celtic
Norwich City
Crystal Palace
Derby County
Tottenham Hotspur
Bradford Park Avenue
Doncaster Rovers
Lincoln City
00?0(?)
00?0(?)
00?0(?)
00460(25)
01260(68)
00100(6)
01570(67)
00?0(?)
00280(11)   

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

James Rae Bauchop (22 May, 1886 in Sauchie–died 1968) was a professional footballer who played for Alloa Athletic, Celtic, Norwich City, Crystal Palace, Derby County, Tottenham Hotspur, Bradford Park Avenue, Doncaster Rovers and Lincoln City. [1]

Football career

The forward began his career at Alloa Athletic before playing for Glasgow Celtic where he was member of the club's Championship winning sides of 1905–06 and 1906–07. [2] Bauchop, later played for Norwich City and Crystal Palace. In 1909 he joined Derby County where he featured in 126 matches and scoring 68 goals between 1909–12. Bauchop signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1913 and played in 10 matches and found the net on six occasions for the Lilywhites.[3] In 1913 he moved on to Bradford Park Avenue and participated in 157 games and found the net 67 times. Bauchop went on to play for Doncaster Rovers before ending his career at Lincoln City where he played a further 28 games and scoring 11 goals.

Honours

Celtic

References

  1. ^ Joyce, Michael (2004). Football League Players' Records. soccerdata. p. 20. ISBN 1899468633.  
  2. ^ Scottish Football League First Division Champion teams Retrieved 2 April, 2009
  3. ^ A-Z of Tottenham Hotspur players Retrieved 2 April, 2009
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