Charlie Slade

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Charlie Slade
Personal information
Full name Howard Charles Slade
Date of birth (1891-01-29)29 January 1891
Place of birth Bath, Somerset, England
Date of death 7 April 1971(1971-04-07) (aged 80)
Place of death Doncaster, England
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
Bath City
Stourbridge
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1913–1914 Aston Villa 3 (0)
1914–1923 Huddersfield Town 111 (6)
1923–1925 Middlesbrough 68 (2)
1925–1927 Darlington 23 (0)
1927–19?? Folkestone
Teams managed
1950–1951 Crystal Palace
(Joint manager with Fred Dawes)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Howard Charles "Charlie" Slade (born 29 January 1891) was a professional footballer, who played for Aston Villa, Huddersfield Town, Middlesbrough and Darlington.

Slade was working as a scout for Crystal Palace when manager Ronnie Rooke resigned, in 1950.[1] Palace appointed Slade as joint-manager with long-serving player, and Rooke's assistant, Fred Dawes. However the club had a poor 1950–51 season and early into the next campaign Dawes and Slade were removed from their positions.[1]

Slade reverted to his position as a scout and remained with Palace until 1955.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c King, Ian (2011). Crystal Palace: The Complete Record 1905-2011. The Derby Books Publishing Company. p. 206. ISBN 9781780910468. 
  • 99 Years & Counting – Stats & Stories – Huddersfield Town History