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1889–90 Stoke F.C. season

Stoke
1889-90 season
Chairman Mr S.Barker
Manager Harry Lockett
Stadium Victoria Ground
Football League 12th (10 Points)
FA Cup Third Round
Top goalscorer League: Bob Ramsey & Freddie Gee (4)
All: Bob Ramsey & Freddie Gee (5)
Highest home attendance 5,500 vs Preston North End (11 November 1889)
Lowest home attendance 1,500 vs Everton (9 November 1889)
Average home league attendance 3,275
Home colours

The 1889–90 season was Stoke's second season in the Football League.

It was another poor season for Stoke, as they again finished bottom of the Football League but this time they failed to gain re-election and their place was taken by Sunderland and Stoke joined the Football Alliance for the following season. Stoke's worst league and FA Cup defeat came during the 1889–90 season, a 10–0 reverse against Preston North End and a 8–0 cup defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers. Stoke won just three matches all season and picked up just ten points making it the club's worst performance in league football.[1]

Season review

League

After finishing bottom of the league last season Stoke failed to improve a great deal in the 1889–90 season and again took the wooden spoon.[1] They were humiliated 10–0 in the second match of the season away at Preston North End where all the goals were scored by Scottish internationals as Stoke suffered their worst league defeat.[1] Stoke also lost 8–0 away to both Everton and Blackburn Rovers and they also suffered a 6–1 reverse against Aston Villa.[1] Stoke were awful throughout the season and went on a ten match losing streak stretching from 19 October 1889 to 4 January 1890.[1] In a tough home fixture against Burnley just before Christmas, Bob McCormick, the Stoke inside-right, badly injured his collar bone in a challenge with the Burnley full-back and at the end of the match and the fans invaded the pitch and confronted the "Clarets" defender. Stoke won the match 2–1 but Burnley lodged an appeal claiming their players had been intimidated. The League decided in Burnley's favour and ordered the match to be replayed, this time Burnley won 4–3.[1]

Stoke won only three matches this season and amassed a mere ten points three fewer than Burnley and 23 behind champions, for the second season running Preston. Stoke failed to gain re-election and the end of the season and their place was taken by Sunderland.[1] Stoke joined the Football Alliance for the 1890–91 season.[1] A 7–1 victory over Accrington where Bob Ramsey scored the "Potters" first hat-trick was a rare highlight in what was an awful season. At the end of the season manager Harry Lockett left the club to concentrate on his job as secretary of the Football League and Joseph Bradshaw took over.[1]

FA Cup

In the FA Cup, Stoke knocked out Old Westminsters and Everton but were ousted from the competition by Wolverhampton Wanderers.[1] This third round tie was played on 15 February 1890 in driving sleet and rain on a heavy pitch and Wolves more suited to the conditions easily won the match 4–0.[1] Stoke protested over the state of the pitch and the FA ordered a re-match the following Saturday. This time Wolves doubled the score to 8–0 much to the embarrassment of the Stoke officials.[1] The result is Stoke's worst in the FA Cup.

Final league table

Pos Club P W D L F A GA Pts
1 Preston North End 22 15 3 4 71 30 2.367 33
2 Everton 22 14 3 5 65 40 1.625 31
3 Blackburn Rovers 22 12 3 7 78 41 1.902 27
4 Wolverhampton Wanderers 22 10 5 7 51 38 1.342 25
5 West Bromwich Albion 22 11 3 8 47 50 0.940 25
6 Accrington 22 9 6 7 53 56 0.946 24
7 Derby County 22 9 3 10 43 55 0.782 21
8 Aston Villa 22 7 5 10 43 51 0.843 19
9 Bolton Wanderers 22 9 1 12 54 65 0.831 19
10 Notts County 22 6 5 11 43 51 0.843 17
11 Burnley 22 4 5 13 36 65 0.554 13
12 Stoke 22 3 4 15 27 69 0.391 10

Key: P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GA = Goal average; Pts = Points

Results

Stoke's score comes first

Legend

Win Draw Loss

Football League

Match Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
1 7 September 1889 Derby County H 1 – 1 4,000 McReddie
2 14 September 1889 Preston North End A 0 – 10 7,000
3 28 September 1889 Wolverhampton Wanderers H 2 – 1 5,000 Gee, Coupar
4 5 October 1889 Notts County A 1 – 3 3,500 Mudie
5 12 October 1889 Wolverhampton Wanderers A 2 – 2 3,800 Coupar, McReddie
6 19 October 1889 Bolton Wanderers H 0 – 1 3,500
7 26 October 1889 Derby County A 0 – 2 3,000
8 2 November 1889 Everton A 0 – 8 7,500
9 9 November 1889 Everton H 1 – 2 1,500 McCormick
10 11 November 1889 Preston North End H 1 – 2 5,500 McCormick
11 16 November 1889 West Bromwich Albion H 1 – 3 3,900 Simpson
12 7 December 1889 Aston Villa A 1 – 6 1,500 Hendry
13 14 December 1889 Blackburn Rovers H 0 – 3 2,500
14 28 December 1889 Accrington A 1 – 2 1,500 Coupar
15 4 January 1890 Blackburn Rovers A 0 – 8 4,000
16 11 January 1890 Burnley A 3 – 1 2,500 Gee, Dunn, Edge
17 8 February 1890 Bolton Wanderers A 0 – 5 2,500
18 1 March 1890 Accrington H 7 – 1 2,500 Ramsey (3), Baker (2), Simpson (2)
19 10 March 1890 Burnley H 3 – 4 2,000 Ramsey, Christie, Gee
20 15 March 1890 West Bromwich Albion A 1 – 2 1,600 Owen
21 17 March 1890 Aston Villa H 1 – 1 3,150 Gee
22 24 March 1890 Notts County H 1 – 1 2,500 Owen

FA Cup

Main article: 1889–90 FA Cup
Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
R1 18 January 1890 Old Westminsters H 3 – 0 3,000 Gee, Ramsey, Sayer
R2 1 February 1890 Everton H 4 – 2 7,000 Edge (3), Dunn
R3 15 February 1890 Wolverhampton Wanderers A 0 – 4 7,000 Stoke win appeal
R3 22 February 1890 Wolverhampton Wanderers A 0 – 8 7,000

Squad statistics

Pos. Name League FA Cup Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
GK England Bill Rowley 21 0 3 0 24 0
GK England Wilf Merritt 1 0 1 0 2 0
FB England Tommy Clare 14 0 4 0 18 0
FB England Alf Underwood 22 0 4 0 26 0
FB England Jack Eccles 3 0 0 0 3 0
HB England Bob Ramsey 22 4 4 1 26 5
HB Scotland Billy Hendry 14 1 0 0 14 1
HB England Elijah Smith 4 0 0 0 4 0
HB Scotland Davy Christie 14 1 2 0 16 1
HB Wales Edgar Montford 5 0 0 0 5 0
HB England Albert Farmer 3 0 2 0 5 0
HB Scotland Davy Brodie 11 0 4 0 15 0
HB England Arthur Dixon 0 0 0 0 0 0
FW England Jimmy Sayer 7 0 2 1 9 1
FW Scotland Bob McCormick 12 2 0 0 12 2
FW Scotland Peter Coupar 11 3 0 0 11 3
FW England Alf Edge 11 1 4 3 15 4
FW Scotland Wally McReddie 11 2 0 0 11 2
FW England Freddie Gee 16 4 4 1 20 5
FW Scotland Len Mudie 3 1 0 0 3 1
FW England Charlie Baker 12 2 4 0 16 2
FW England William Locker 1 0 0 0 1 0
FW Scotland Harry Simpson 10 3 2 0 12 3
FW Scotland Billy Dunn 11 1 4 1 15 2
FW England Jimmy Owen 3 2 0 0 3 2

Match details

7 September 1889
Match 1
Stoke 1 – 1 Derby County
McReddie Goal Cooper Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 Scotland Davy Christie
FW 7 England Jimmy Sayer
FW 8 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 9 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
GK 1 England Enos Bromage
DF 2 England Arthur Latham
DF 3 Scotland Archibald Ferguson
MF 4 England Albert Williamson
MF 5 England J. Smith
MF 6 England Walter Roulstone
FW 7 Scotland Alex Higgins
FW 8 England John Lees
FW 9 England John Goodall
FW 10 Northern Ireland Archie Goodall
FW 11 England Lewis Cooper
14 September 1889
Match 2
Preston North End 10 – 0 Stoke
Thomson Goal Goal
Nick Ross Goal Goal Goal
Jimmy Ross Goal Goal
Drummond Goal Goal
Russell Goal

GK 1 Wales James Trainer
DF 2 England Bob Howarth
DF 3 England Robert Holmes
MF 4 Scotland Bob Kelso
MF 5 Scotland David Russell
MF 6 Scotland Johnny Graham
FW 7 Scotland Jack Gordon
FW 8 Scotland Jimmy Ross
FW 9 Scotland Nick Ross
FW 10 Scotland Sam Thomson
FW 11 Scotland George Drummond
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 England Elijah Smith
MF 6 Scotland Davy Christie
FW 7 England Jimmy Sayer
FW 8 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 9 Scotland Billy Hendry
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
28 September 1889
Match 3
Stoke 2 – 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Coupar Goal
Gee Goal
Wood Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 Scotland Davy Christie
FW 7 England Jimmy Sayer
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 10 Scotland Len Mudie
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
GK 1 England William Rose
DF 2 England Tommy Knight
DF 3 England Jerry Mason
MF 4 England Albert Fletcher
MF 5 England Charlie Mason
MF 6 England Arthur Lowder
FW 7 England Walter Perry
FW 8 England Arthur Worrall
FW 9 England David Wykes
FW 10 England Harry Wood
FW 11 England Charles Booth
5 October 1889
Match 4
Notts County 3 – 1 Stoke
Daft Goal
Jimmy Oswald Goal Goal
Mudie Goal

GK 1 England George Toone
DF 2 Scotland Tom McLean
DF 3 Scotland James McMillan
MF 4 Scotland Sandy Ferguson
MF 5 Scotland David Calderhead
MF 6 England Alf Shelton
FW 7 England William Smith
FW 8 England Teddy May
FW 9 Scotland Jimmy Oswald
FW 10 Scotland John Oswald
FW 11 England Harry Daft
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 Scotland Davy Christie
FW 7 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 8 England Jimmy Sayer
FW 9 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 10 Scotland Len Mudie
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
12 October 1889
Match 5
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 – 2 Stoke
Wood Goal
Worrall Goal
McReddie Goal
Coupar Goal

GK 1 England William Rose
DF 2 England Dickie Baugh
DF 3 England Charlie Mason
MF 4 England Albert Fletcher
MF 5 England Harry Allen
MF 6 England Arthur Lowder
FW 7 England Walter Perry
FW 8 England Arthur Worrall
FW 9 England David Wykes
FW 10 England Harry Wood
FW 11 England Charles Booth
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 Scotland Davy Christie
FW 7 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 10 Scotland Len Mudie
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
19 October 1889
Match 6
Stoke 0 – 1 Bolton Wanderers
Barbour Goal

GK 1 England Wilf Merritt
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 Scotland Davy Christie
FW 7 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
GK 1 England Charlie Harrison
DF 2 Wales Di Jones
DF 3 England Bethel Robinson
MF 4 England Peter Bullough
MF 5 England John Milne
MF 6 England A. McWhirter
FW 7 England Kenny Davenport
FW 8 Scotland James Brogan
FW 9 Scotland Alexander Barbour
FW 10 England David Weir
FW 11 Scotland Jack McNee
26 October 1889
Match 7
Derby County 2 – 0 Stoke
Cooper Goal
Higgins Goal

GK 1 England Enos Bromage
DF 2 England Arthur Latham
DF 3 Scotland Archibald Ferguson
MF 4 England Albert Williamson
MF 5 Northern Ireland Archie Goodall
MF 6 England Walter Roulstone
FW 7 England George Bakewell
FW 8 Scotland Alex Higgins
FW 9 England John Goodall
FW 10 England Lewis Cooper
FW 11 England John Lees
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 Scotland Davy Christie
FW 7 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
2 November 1889
Match 8
Everton 8 – 0 Stoke
Geary Goal Goal Goal
Latta Goal Goal
Brady Goal Goal
Milward Goal

GK 1 England Robert Smalley
DF 2 Scotland Andrew Hannah
DF 3 Scotland Dan Doyle
MF 4 Wales Charlie Parry
MF 5 England Johnny Holt
MF 6 Scotland Bob Cain
FW 7 Scotland Alex Latta
FW 8 Scotland Alec Brady
FW 9 England Fred Geary
FW 10 England Edgar Chadwick
FW 11 England Alf Milward
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 Wales Edgar Montford
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 England Elijah Smith
FW 7 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 11 England Bob Ramsey
9 November 1889
Match 9
Stoke 1 – 2 Everton
McCormick Goal Geary Goal
Latta Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 Wales Edgar Montford
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 Scotland Davy Christie
FW 7 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
GK 1 England Robert Smalley
DF 2 Scotland Andrew Hannah
DF 3 Scotland Dan Doyle
MF 4 Wales Charlie Parry
MF 5 England Johnny Holt
MF 6 Scotland Bob Cain
FW 7 Scotland Alex Latta
FW 8 Scotland Alec Brady
FW 9 England Fred Geary
FW 10 England Edgar Chadwick
FW 11 England Alf Milward
11 November 1889
Match 10
Stoke 1 – 2 Preston North End
McCormick Goal Thomson Goal
Gordon Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Freddie Gee
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 England Bob Ramsey
FW 7 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 8 England Charles Baker
FW 9 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 10 England William Locker
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
GK 1 Wales James Trainer
DF 2 England Bob Howarth
DF 3 England Robert Holmes
MF 4 Scotland Bob Kelso
MF 5 Scotland Sandy Robertson
MF 6 Scotland David Russell
FW 7 Scotland Jack Gordon
FW 8 Scotland Jimmy Ross
FW 9 Scotland Nick Ross
FW 10 Scotland Sam Thomson
FW 11 Scotland George Drummond
16 November 1889
Match 11
Stoke 1 – 3 West Bromwich Albion
Simpson Goal Pearson Goal
Evans Goal
Perry Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Freddie Gee
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 England Bob Ramsey
FW 7 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 8 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 Scotland William Locker
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
GK 1 England Bob Roberts
DF 2 England Jack Horton
DF 3 England Luther Walker
MF 4 England Ezra Horton
MF 5 England Charlie Perry
MF 6 England George Timmins
FW 7 England Billy Bassett
FW 8 England Jem Bayliss
FW 9 England George Evans
FW 10 England Tom Pearson
FW 11 England Joe Wilson
7 December 1889
Match 12
Aston Villa 6 – 1 Stoke
Allen Goal
Dickson Goal Goal
Garvey Goal Goal Goal
Hendry Goal

GK 1 England Jimmy Warner
DF 2 England Gershom Cox
DF 3 England Albert Aldridge
MF 4 England Harry Yates
MF 5 Scotland James Cowan
MF 6 England John Burton
FW 7 England Arthur Brown
FW 8 Scotland Isaac Moore
FW 9 Scotland William Dickson
FW 10 England Batty Garvey
FW 11 England Albert Allen
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 Wales Edgar Montford
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 England Albert Farmer
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 8 Scotland Bob McCormick
FW 9 Scotland Billy Hendry
FW 10 Scotland Billy Dunn
FW 11 Scotland Wally McReddie
23 December 1889
Match 13
Stoke 0 – 3 Blackburn Rovers
Lofthouse Goal Goal
Campbell Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 England Jimmy Sayer
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 England Charles Baker
FW 8 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 9 Scotland Billy Hendry
FW 10 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
GK 1 Scotland T. Wilkie
DF 2 Scotland Thomas Brandon
DF 3 Scotland John Forbes
MF 4 England John Barton
MF 5 Scotland Geordie Dewar
MF 6 England Jimmy Forrest
FW 7 England Joe Lofthouse
FW 8 Scotland Harry Campbell
FW 9 England Jack Southworth
FW 10 England Nat Walton
FW 11 England William Townley
28 December 1889
Match 14
Accrington 2 – 1 Stoke
Gallocher Goal
Wilkinson Goal
Coupar Goal

GK 1 Scotland John Lindsay
DF 2 Scotland John Stevenson
DF 3 Scotland John McLellan
MF 4 England George Haworth
MF 5 England Luther Pemberton
MF 6 England James Tattersall
FW 7 England Arthur Wilkinson
FW 8 England Jonty Entwistle
FW 9 Scotland Pat Gallocher
FW 10 England Tom Pendergast
FW 11 England John Kirkham
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 Wales Edgar Montford
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Billy Hendry
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 Scotland Peter Coupar
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
4 January 1890
Match 15
Blackburn Rovers 8 – 0 Stoke
Southworth Goal Goal Goal Goal
Lofthouse Goal
Campbell Goal Goal
Brandon Goal

GK 1 England Billy McOwen
DF 2 Scotland Thomas Brandon
DF 3 Scotland John Forbes
MF 4 England John Barton
MF 5 Scotland Geordie Dewar
MF 6 England Jimmy Forrest
FW 7 England Joe Lofthouse
FW 8 Scotland Harry Campbell
FW 9 England Jack Southworth
FW 10 England Nat Walton
FW 11 England William Townley
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Bob Ramsey
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Freddie Gee
MF 5 England Albert Farmer
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 England Jimmy Sayer
FW 8 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
11 January 1890
Match 16
Burnley 1 – 3 Stoke
Ashworth Goal Gee Goal
Dunn Goal
Edge Goal

GK 1 England James McConnell
DF 2 Scotland Sandy Lang
DF 3 England William Bury
MF 4 Scotland Bill McFettridge
MF 5 England Thomas White
MF 6 England Jack Keenan
FW 7 England John Ashworth
FW 8 Scotland William McColl
FW 9 England J. Campbell
FW 10 Scotland Alec Stewart
FW 11 Scotland Jimmy Hill
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 England Albert Farmer
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 England Jimmy Sayer
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
18 January 1888
FA Cup First Round
Stoke 3 – 0 Old Westminsters
Gee Goal
Ramsey Goal
Sayer Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 England Albert Farmer
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 England Jimmy Sayer
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
1 February 1890
FA Cup Second Round
Stoke 4 – 2 Everton
Dunn Goal
Edge Goal Goal Goal
Geary Goal
Milward Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 Scotland Davy Brodie
MF 5 England Albert Farmer
MF 6 England Bob Ramsey
FW 7 England Freddie Gee
FW 8 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
GK 1 England Robert Smalley
DF 2 Scotland Andrew Hannah
DF 3 Scotland Dan Doyle
MF 4 Scotland Daniel Kirkwood
MF 5 England Johnny Holt
MF 6 Wales Charlie Parry
FW 7 Scotland Alex Latta
FW 8 Scotland Alec Brady
FW 9 England Fred Geary
FW 10 England Edgar Chadwick
FW 11 England Alf Milward
18 February 1890
Match 17
Bolton Wanderers 5 – 0 Stoke
Weir Goal
Brogan Goal
Cassidy Goal Goal Goal

GK 1 England James Parkinson
DF 2 England Bethel Robinson
DF 3 Wales Di Jones
MF 4 England Peter Bullough
MF 5 England Kenny Davenport
MF 6 Wales Robert Roberts
FW 7 England Walter Rushton
FW 8 Scotland James Brogan
FW 9 Scotland Jim Cassidy
FW 10 England David Weir
FW 11 Scotland Jack McNee
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 Wales Edgar Montford
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Davy Christie
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
22 February 1890
FA Cup Third Round
Wolverhampton Wanderers 8 – 0 Stoke
Wood Goal Goal
Allen Goal
Brodie Goal Goal Goal Goal Goal

GK 1 England William Rose
DF 2 England Dickie Baugh
DF 3 England Charlie Mason
MF 4 England Albert Fletcher
MF 5 England Harry Allen
MF 6 England Arthur Lowder
FW 7 England Arthur Worrall
FW 8 England David Wykes
FW 9 England John Brodie
FW 10 England Harry Wood
FW 11 England Charles Booth
GK 1 England Wilf Merritt
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Davy Brodie
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
1 March 1890
Match 18
Stoke 7 – 1 Accrington
Simpson Goal Goal
Ramsey Goal Goal Goal
Baker Goal Goal
Unknown Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 Scotland Davy Brodie
MF 5 Scotland Davy Christie
MF 6 England Elijah Smith
FW 7 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 8 England Bob Ramsey
FW 9 England Charles Baker
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
GK 1 Scotland John Lindsay
DF 2 Scotland John Stevenson
DF 3 Scotland John McLellan
MF 4 England Luther Pemberton
MF 5 Scotland Pat Gallocher
MF 6 England James Tattersall
FW 7 England Arthur Wilkinson
FW 8 England Jonty Entwistle
FW 9 England Alex Barbour
FW 10 England Tom Pendergast
FW 11 England John Kirkham
10 March 1890
Match 19
Stoke 3 – 4 Burnley
Ramsey Goal
Christie Goal
Gee Goal
Haresnape Goal Goal
Lambie Goal Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Tommy Clare
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Elijah Smith
MF 5 Scotland Davy Christie
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Bob Ramsey
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
GK 1 Scotland Archibald Kaye
DF 2 Scotland Sandy Lang
DF 3 England William Bury
MF 4 Scotland Bill McFettridge
MF 5 England Thomas White
MF 6 Scotland Daniel Spiers
FW 7 England Robert Haresnape
FW 8 Scotland William McColl
FW 9 Scotland Claude Lambie
FW 10 Scotland Alec Stewart
FW 11 Scotland Jimmy Hill
15 March 1890
Match 20
West Bromwich Albion 2 – 1 Stoke
Bayliss Goal
Wilson Goal
Owen Goal

GK 1 England Joe Reader
DF 2 England Jack Horton
DF 3 England Harry Green
MF 4 England Ezra Horton
MF 5 England J. Nicholls
MF 6 Scotland Charles Donnachie
FW 7 England George Woodhall
FW 8 England Jem Bayliss
FW 9 England George Evans
FW 10 England Tom Pearson
FW 11 England Joe Wilson
GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Jack Eccles
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Davy Christie
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Jimmy Owen
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
17 March 1890
Match 21
Stoke 1 – 1 Aston Villa
Owen Goal Allen Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Jack Eccles
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Davy Christie
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 Scotland Harry Simpson
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Jimmy Owen
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 Scotland Billy Dunn
GK 1 England Jimmy Warner
DF 2 England Gershom Cox
DF 3 England Frank Coulton
MF 4 England John Burton
MF 5 Scotland James Cowan
MF 6 England Harry Devey
FW 7 England Arthur Brown
FW 8 Scotland William Dickson
FW 9 Scotland Daniel Paton
FW 10 England Albert Allen
FW 11 England Dennis Hodgetts
24 March 1890
Match 22
Stoke 1 – 1 Notts County
Owen Goal Jimmy Oswald Goal

GK 1 England Bill Rowley
DF 2 England Jack Eccles
DF 3 England Alf Underwood
MF 4 England Bob Ramsey
MF 5 Scotland Davy Christie
MF 6 Scotland Davy Brodie
FW 7 England Jimmy Sayer
FW 8 England Freddie Gee
FW 9 England Charlie Baker
FW 10 England Alf Edge
FW 11 England Jimmy Owen
GK 1 England George Toone
DF 2 Scotland Tom McLean
DF 3 Scotland James McMillan
MF 4 England Albert Smith
MF 5 Scotland David Calderhead
MF 6 Scotland Sandy Ferguson
FW 7 Scotland Tom McInnes
FW 8 England Teddy May
FW 9 Scotland Jimmy Oswald
FW 10 Scotland John Oswald
FW 11 England Jack Sharpe

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