Walsall player 63. Joe Pointon

Joe Pointon
Personal information
Full name Joseph Pointon

Date of birth 1905

Place of birth Leek, Staffordshire, England

Date of death 1939 (aged 33–34)

Place of death Leek, Staffordshire, England

Playing position Forward

Youth career
Leek Wesleyans
Leek National
Senior career
Years                                      Team                Apps             (Gls)
                                         Congleton Town         ?                  ?
                                         Stoke City                    ?                 ?
1923–1926                        Port Vale                  10                (0)
                                         Luton Town                 ?                 ?
                                    Brighton & Hove Albion    ?                 ?
 1928-1930                      Torquay United             ?                 16+
                                         Bristol Rovers              ?                ?
                                                        Total          10+              (0+)

Joseph “Joe” Pointon (1905–1939) was an English footballer who played as a forward.
Pointon played for non-league football for Leek Wesleyans, Leek National, and Congleton Town, before signing with Stoke City. He did not feature for the “Potters” however, and so crossed the Potteries divide to join Port Vale as an amateur in April 1923. He played six consecutive Second Division games during the 1923–24 season, filling in for the regular number 7 Jack Lowe. He played four games during the 1925–26 season, but was released upon its conclusion. He moved on to Luton Town, Brighton & Hove Albion, Torquay United, Bristol Rovers and Walsall. He was Torquay’s top scorer during the 1929–30 Third Division South season, with sixteen goals.

He died young in 1939, in his native Leek.


Walsall player 50. Arthur Buttery

50. Arthur Buttery
Personal information
Full name Arthur Buttery
Date of birth 20 December 1908
Place of birth Hednesford, England

Date of death 1990 (aged 81–82)
Playing position Inside left

Youth career
St. Peter’s Church

Hednesford Town
Senior career
Years                                                          Team                              Apps     Gls                                                                       Hednesford Town                ?         ?
1929–1932                                          Wolverhampton Wanderers      10       (6)
1932–1937                                                 Bury                                 104     (38)
1937–1938                                                Bradford City                      35       (13)
1938–1939                                                Walsall                               15         (4)
1939–19??                                                 Bristol Rovers                      3          (0)
                                         Wolverhampton Wanderers (war guest)          ?          ?
                                                                   Stafford Rangers                  ?           ?
                                                                                                    Total 167       (61)

Arthur Buttery (20 December 1908 – 1990) was an English professional footballer who played as an inside left. He scored 61 goals from 167 appearances in the Football League.
Born in Hednesford, Buttery played for St. Peter’s Church in Hednesford as a youngster then signing for Hednesford Town, In 1929 he joined Wolverhampton Wanderers playing only 10 games in almost three years at the club. He was then signed by Bury in 1932 where in 5 seasons he played 104 games scoring 38 goals, He then signed for Bradford City, for the 37/38 season made 35 appearances in the Football League, scoring 13 goals.
Moving on to Walsall in 38/39, he played 15 games scoring 4 goals. Bristol Rovers came next but he only managed 3 appearances before the War interupted his career (he went on to guest for Wolverhampton Wandereers) and ended his playing career at Stafford Rangers. Another career spoilt by War!

Walsall player 29. Arthur Attwood

Arthur Albert Attwood (born 1 December 1901 in Walsall, England) was a footballer who played in The Football League for Walsall, Everton, Bristol Rovers and Brighton & Hove Albion. Arthur died in 1974. That is all of the information my research has unearthed, however I can bring out some of the clubs he played for and games played and goals scored.
Walsall LMS
1928               Walsall                                    14 (13)
1928-1929    Everton                                     3 (0)
1930-1931     Bristol Rovers                       51 (27)
1931-1934     Brighton & Hove Albion    87 (55)
–                      Northfleet
–                      Hove
Total                                       155 (95)

Arthur Attwood