James Gallagher (soccer)

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James "Jimmy" Aloysius Gallagher (June 8, 1909 in East Newark, New Jersey – April 16, 1992 in Belmar, New Jersey) was an American soccer player who earned two caps with the United States national soccer team. One cap came at the 1928 Summer Olympics where the U.S. lost to Argentina in the first round. He earned his second cap in a 2-2 tie with Poland on June 10, 1924.[1] At the time, he played for Ryerson Juniors.[2]


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