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Player Profile: David Alexander

Summary | Matches

Full Name: David Bertram Alexander

Place of Birth: Glasgow, Scotland
Died: Date of death unknown

David Alexander was a signing from Lancastrian football in the early months of 1939. After making his debut towards the end of the 38/39 season, David became a regular in the Chelsea side in the first season of World War II regional football. David was an athletically built and skilful player whose promising career was sadly ended by injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident, which also caused him to be invalided from the forces.

Chelsea (Jan 1939 to Jun 1945) - cost: unknown

Chelsea Career Summary

Debut: Friday, 7th April 1939, Charlton Athletic 2 - 0 Chelsea

Last Appearance: Friday, 7th April 1939, Charlton Athletic 2 - 0 Chelsea


Season League F.A. Cup Lg Cup Europe Oth* Ttl
1938 / 39 100001


Season League F.A. Cup Lg Cup Europe Oth* Ttl

* oth = other competitive matches such as Full Members Cup, Charity/Community Shield, Fifa World Club Cup.
Figures in ( ) are substitute appearances and are also included in the totals.
i.e. David Alexander made 1 appearances for Chelsea, of which 0 were as a substitute.

Competitive Matches Played

CompDateHome  AwayAtt
League7th Apr 1939Charlton Athletic20Chelsea29,014 match lost
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Games Won: 0
Win Percentage: 0%
Total Bookings: 0
Times Sent Off: 0


During his Chelsea career of 1 appearances, David Alexander played alongside the following 10 players (number of appearances together in brackets)

Jimmy Argue (1)
George Barber (1)
Peter Buchanan (1)
Harry Burgess (1)
Joe Payne (1)
Bob Salmond (1)
Jack Smith (1)
Dickie Spence (1)
Samuel Weaver (1)
Victor Woodley (1)