|Full name||Herbert Larry Burgess|
|Date of birth||25 February 1883|
|Place of birth||Openshaw, Manchester, England|
|Date of death||1954 (age 70-71)|
|Playing position||Left back|
|Glossop North End|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Herbert Larry Burgess (25 February 1883 – 1954) was an English football player.
Born in Openshaw, Manchester, Burgess began his football career with Glossop North End, but soon signed for Manchester City. He made his debut for City on 5 September 1903, playing at left back away to Stoke City on the opening day of the 1903–04 season. In 1906, in the wake of a scandal regarding players' wages, Manchester City were forced into selling most of their players, and Burgess was purchased by Manchester United along with Sandy Turnbull, Jimmy Bannister and Billy Meredith. After helping the club to the 1907–08 Football League title, Burgess left the club and moved to Denmark to play for Kristiania. He then emigrated to Hungary, where he played for MTK Budapest, before becoming their manager. In the 1920s, Burgess' managerial career took him to Italy, where he became the manager of Padova. He had a two-year spell at Milan before returning to Padova, but two years later he was on the move again, this time to Roma.
- "Tutti gli allenatori rossoneri". ClubMilan.net. 25 July 2007.
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