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Stuart McMillan (17 September 1896 – 27 September 1963) was an English cricketer and footballer and later became a manager. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler who played for Derbyshire. He was born in Leicester and died in Ashbourne. His father John was a professional footballer and football manager.[1]


Cricket career

McMillan's debut came in the 1922 season, where, as a middle-order batsman, he was unable to make much headway in the match, bowling a single, expensive over, conceding 14 runs, and finishing not out for 0 in the only innings in which he batted. As there was no play on the first day of the match, it was to fizzle out to a draw with the best batting performance of the game coming from centurion Peter Perrin.

McMillan made just one appearance during the following season, and had to wait for more than thirteen months before making his final two appearances, both at home, in 1924. While he scored well in the first match of the season, his second finished with him getting out for a duck.

Football career

Stuart McMillan
Personal information
Full name Stuart Thomas McMillan
Date of birth 17 September 1896(1896-09-17)
Place of birth    Leicester, England
Date of death    27 September 1963 (aged 67)
Place of death    Ashbourne, England
Playing position Winger
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
Derby County
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Bradford City
Nottingham Forest
Clapton Orient
01 (0)
00 (0)
30 (2)
36 (5)
70 (6)
09 (0)
23 (1)   
Teams managed
1946–1953 Derby County

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

McMillan was also a footballer and played for Derby County, Gillingham, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Bradford City, Nottingham Forest and Clapton Orient. He later returned to Derby County as manager.

See also


  1. ^ Matthews, Tony (1995). Birmingham City: A Complete Record. Derby: Breedon Books. p. 109. ISBN 978-1-85983-010-9.  

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