Walsall player 501. Arthur Prince


Arthur Prince (8 December 1902 – 1980) was an English footballer who played on the left-wing in the Football League forPort Vale, Sheffield Wednesday, Hull City, Walsall, and Bristol Rovers. He helped Wednesday to win the Second Division title in 1925–26.
Prince played for Bucknall, before joining Port Vale as an amateur in October 1922, and signing as a professional player in January 1923. He made 16 Second Division appearances in the 1922–23 season, and scored his first senior goal in a 2–1 defeat to Bradford City at The Old Recreation Ground on 3 March.] He played 27 league games in the 1923–24 campaign.[1]He was sold to Sheffield Wednesday for a £750 fee in May 1924. The “Owls” finished 14th in the Second Division in 1924–25, before winning promotion as champions in 1925–26. The Hillsborough club went on to post 16th and 14th-place finishes in the First Division in 1926–27 and 1927–28. He later turned out for Hull City, Walsall and Bristol Rovers

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Arthur Prince
Personal information
Full name Arthur Prince
Date of birth 8 December 1902
Place of birth Bucknall, Staffordshire, England

Date of death 1980 (aged 77–78)
Place of death Nuneaton, England

Playing position Left-winger

Youth career
Bucknell
Senior career
Years                      Team                                                               Apps (Gls
1923–1924           Port Vale                                                           43    (1)
1924–1928           Sheffield Wednesday                                     53   (7)
Hull City

Walsall

Bristol Rovers

Total        96+ (8+)

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