|Date of birth||1886|
|Place of birth||Barking, England|
|Date of death||1946 (aged 59–60)|
|1906–1915||West Ham United||189||(9)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Randall was born in Barking, Essex  and started his football career with Barking in the South Essex league. Starting for West Ham as an amateur and playing as an inside-forward he scored on his debut against Fulham on 27 April 1907. Fans took an immediate dislike to Randall because of his slow, methodical approach to the game and he was subjected to constant barracking and was nicknamed Old-Mother Randall. On the verge of giving the game up he was persuaded to play at left half-back. He was such a success that he signed a full-time contract for 30 shillings a week and gained a reputation as one of the best defenders in the league. Going on to captain West Ham, Randall made 205 appearances in all competitions, scoring ten goals.
He died in 1946.