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Player Profile: Philip Smith

Summary | Matches

Full Name: Philip Smith

Born: Thursday, 1st January 1885
Place of Birth: Newcastle Under Lyme, England
Height:
Died: Sunday, 29th September 1918

Died from his wounds suffered during World War One. A member of The Royal Field Artillery and buried at Windmill British Cemetary. (info courtesy of http://www.chelseafc.com/the-club/club-history/WW1.html)

Career:
Crewe Alexandra
Chelsea (Apr 1910 to Oct 1910) - cost: £250

Chelsea Career Summary

Debut: Saturday, 16th April 1910, Bristol City 1 - 0 Chelsea

Last Appearance: Saturday, 16th April 1910, Bristol City 1 - 0 Chelsea

Appearances

Season League F.A. Cup Lg Cup Europe Oth* Ttl
1909 / 10 100001
Total100001

Goals

Season League F.A. Cup Lg Cup Europe Oth* Ttl
Total000000


* 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. Philip Smith made 1 appearances for Chelsea, of which 0 were as a substitute.

Competitive Matches Played

CompDateHome  AwayAtt
League16th Apr 1910Bristol City10Chelsea16,000 match lost
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Chelsea Player Philip Smith

Games Won: 0
Win Percentage: 0%
Total Bookings: 0
Times Sent Off: 0

Teammates

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

Billy Brawn (1)
Jock Cameron (1)
William Cartwright (1)
Sam Downing (1)
English McConnell (1)
Marshall McEwan (1)
Frederick Taylor (1)
Jack Whitley (1)
Bob Whittingham (1)
Jimmy Windridge (1)