Ted Connor

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Edward Connor (1884 – 1955) was an English association footballer who played as an outside forward for Manchester United in the late 1900s and early 1910s.

A year later, Connor signed for Bury. The First World War interrupted his time at Bury, but in 1919, he transferred to Exeter City. A transfer to Rochdale followed a year later, before another transfer, this time to Chesterfield, in October 1921. His tenure at Chesterfield was short-lived, however, as he moved to Saltney Athletic two months later, before retiring. Connor later returned to Manchester United as a club scout and office worker.[1]


  1. ^ Barnes, Justyn; Bostock, Adam; Butler, Cliff; Ferguson, Jim; Meek, David; Mitten, Andy; Pilger, Sam; Taylor, Frank OBE; Tyrell, Tom (2001). The Official Manchester United Illustrated Encyclopedia. London: Manchester United Books. p. 79. ISBN 0-233-99964-7. 

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