Dick Johnson (footballer)
|Full name||Richard Kemp Johnson|
|Date of birth||1895|
|Place of birth||Gateshead, England|
|Date of death||3 January 1933 (aged 38)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Johnson was born in Gateshead and played for Felling Colliery before joining Liverpool in 1919. He scored 13 goals in 27 games in 1920–21 and his 16 goals in 41 in 1922–23 helped the Anfield side to win the Football League First Division. He left for Stoke City in February 1925 and he scored four goals towards the end of the 1924–25 season to help Stoke avoid the drop however relegation was suffered the following season. He helped Stoke gain an instant return winning the Football League Third Division North in 1926–27 and then became a back up player until his departure to New Brighton in August 1929. He spent two seasons at New Brighton and the left for Welsh League side Connah's Quay before his death at the age of 38 in 1933.
|Stoke City||1924–25||Second Division||13||4||0||0||13||4|
|1926–27||Third Division North||15||5||3||0||18||5|
|New Brighton||1929–30||Third Division North||36||17||2||1||38||18|
|1930–31||Third Division North||38||6||1||0||39||6|
- Stoke City