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Andrew Watson

(c. 1857—1902)


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(1857–c.1902).

Britain's first black international footballer. Watson was a renowned amateur football player, playing full‐back for Glasgow amateur clubs Maxwell Football Club and Parkgrove in 1878–9, before winning international honours. ...

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