|Full name||John C. Collier|
|Date of birth||1 February 1897|
|Place of birth||Dysart, Scotland|
|Date of death||1940 (aged 42–43)|
|Place of death||Kingston upon Hull, England|
|Playing position||Right half|
|1926–1927||Queens Park Rangers||36||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Born in Dysart, Fife, Collier played for Inverkeithing Juniors and had trials for the Scottish Junior international team. He signed for Raith Rovers and eventually signed for Hull City in 1920. He captained Hull for a couple of seasons, before moving to Queens Park Rangers in 1926.
He joined York City as player-manager, but broke an ankle and retired from playing. He managed the club as they entered the Football League, but after their first season in the league he left the club to become a publican.
Collier was re-appointed as manager in May 1933. He announced his retirement from football in March 1937, and went into a business partnership with one of his brothers in Scotland. He died in Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, in 1940, at the age of 43.
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