Walsall player 468 John Paddock


John Paddock (1876–1965) was an English footballer who played as a forward for West Bromwich Albion, Brierley Hill Alliance, Walsall, Halesowen, Wellington Town, and Burslem Port Vale.
John Paddock, the son of West Brom trainer Jack Paddock, started his career with West Bromwich Albion in 1899. He played some twenty league games, scoring at least one goal. He later had spells with Brierley Hill Alliance, Walsall, Halesowen and Wellington Town, before joining Burslem Port Vale in August 1906. He scored on his debut for the     Vale; at outside-right in a 2–1 win over his old club West Brom at the Athletic Ground on 10 September. He played just eight Second Division games however, and was released at the end of the season as the club went into liquidation.

John Paddock
Personal information
Full name John James Paddock

Date of birth 1876[1]

Place of birth West Bromwich, England

Date of death 1965 (aged 88–89)

Playing position Forward

Senior career
Years                        Team                                        Apps (Gls)
1899–1900               West Bromwich Albion               20     (1)
?       ?                  Walsall                                           ?      ?
?       ?                 Brierley Hill Alliance                       ?        ?                                       ?       ?      ?                  Halesowen                                     ?        ?                                             ?    ?                         Wellington Town
1906–1907               Burslem Port Vale                           8        (3)
Total                                               28+     (4+)

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