Sydney Smith
Sydney Smith
Sydney Smith
● Sydney Smith, 1909 (HA)

probably born in England

Sydney Ernest Smith was born sometime between 8th October, 1887 and 7th October, 1888, and is most likely to be English.

The 5' 9 (12st 0lbs) forward signed for George Easton's Thistle on Saturday, 25th September, 1909, having most recently been with Glossop.

Aged 20 or 21, he made his debut appearance on Monday, 27th September, 1909, in a 5-0 defeat away to Clyde in the SFL First Division.

Sydney scored his first goal for Thistle on Saturday, 9th October, 1909, in a 3-1 win at home to Nithsdale Wanderers in the Scottish Qualifying Cup.

He scored the last of his 7 goals on Saturday, 15th January, 1910, in a 3-2 win at home to St Mirren in the SFL First Division.

He played his last game for the club on Monday, 25th April, 1910, in a 3-1 friendly defeat away to Maryhill / Glasgow Perthshire XI, having appeared as a Jag on 21 occasions.

His club-list included Glossop, Partick Thistle and Eccles Borough.

We don't know where or when Sydney died. *

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compiled from our All Games criteria.
Goal(s) Match
goal.png 09.10.1909 Nithsdale Wanderers [h] W3-1 (Scottish Qualifying Cup 3rd Round)
goal.pnggoal.png 16.10.1909 Airdrieonians [a] W3-1 (SFL First Division - game 7)
goal.png 13.11.1909 Celtic [h] L1-3 (SFL First Division - game 11)
goal.png 27.11.1909 Port Glasgow Athletic [a] W4-2 (SFL First Division - game 13)
goal.png 11.12.1909 Aberdeen [h] D1-1 (SFL First Division - game 14)
goal.png 15.01.1910 St Mirren [h] W3-2 (SFL First Division - game 21)

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