Fred Fayers

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Fred Fayers
Personal information
Full name Frederick L. Fayers
Date of birth 21 September 1890
Place of birth King's Lynn, England
Date of death 4 February 1954(1954-02-04) (aged 63)
Playing position Defender
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
? Northern Nomads ? (?)
1908–1910 Watford 64 (2)
1910–1915 Huddersfield Town 154 (15)
1920–1923 Manchester City 73 (5)
National team
England amateur 9 (3)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Frederick L. "Fred" or "Tiny" Fayers (21 September 1890 – 4 February 1954) was an English footballer. He was born in King's Lynn, Norfolk, and died in Huddersfield, Yorkshire. A central defender or right half, Fayers played at amateur level for Northern Nomads, St Albans City, Watford and Huddersfield Town. He turned professional six months after joining Huddersfield. Following the resumption of peacetime football in 1918, Fayers played professionally for Stockport County, Manchester City and Halifax Town, whom he also coached. During his time at Watford and Huddersfield, Fayers represented England nine times at amateur level, scoring three goals.


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