|Full name||Frank Henry Broome|
|Date of birth||11 June 1915|
|Place of birth||Berkhamsted, England|
|Date of death||10 September 1994(aged 79)|
|Place of death||Exeter, England|
|1955–1958||Notts County (assistant)|
|1957||Notts County (caretaker)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He played for Aston Villa during his professional career and won seven caps as an England striker, scoring three times, including once against Germany on his debut in 1938. He guested for Nottingham Forest during WW2, making 3 appearances (1 goal) in 1939–40, 1 appearance (4 goals) in 1940–41 and 10 appearances (4 goals) in 1941–42. He also guested for Wolves during wartime, playing and scoring in the 1942 War Cup Final.
In 1955 Broome signed for Shelbourne, making his League of Ireland debut on 27 February. The nearest he came to scoring was when he had a penalty saved at Glenmalure Park on 27 March in the FAI Cup.
Approaching 40 years of age and coupled with the expense of weekly flights to Dublin he ended up only playing 6 games for Shels.
- Frank Broome management career statistics at Soccerbase
- Player profile at Aston Villa Players Database
- Player Profile at englandstats.com
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