Fred Rogers (footballer)
Fred Rogers (born 17 April 1910 in Frodsham, England) was an English footballer who played as a defender for Liverpool F.C. in the Football League. Rogers started his career at amateur side Helsby Athletic before he signed professional terms with Liverpool. He signed for Liverpool in 1934, but only made 7 appearances during those years, as he was unable to displace Matt Busby and Tom Morrison in the side. He made more appearances in the 1937–38 season appearing 24 times for the club. A further 30 appearances were made the following season, which to be his last at the cub. The Second World War interrupted his career, as he never played for Liverpool after the war.
- "Fred Rogers". LFC History. Retrieved 26 March 2012.
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