Before joining Southport Peter played for South Liverpool (NPL) and Runcorn (CONF) After leaving he has played for, Chorley (NPL), Morecambe (NPL/CONF more...
Thomas E. Maley, who was born in Portsmouth on November 8th, 1864, came from a famous footballing family. His brother Alex was, in turn, manager of Cr more...
1899/1900 TOP appearances
A number of Profiles on this site are referenced and reproduced with Permission from
- The Sandgrounders: The Complete League History of Southport F. C., by Michael Braham and Geoff Wilde (Palatine Books, 1995). ISBN 978-1-874181-14-9
- The Complete Non-League History of Southport Football Club 1978 - 2008, by Trust in Yellow (Legends Publishing, 2008). ISBN 978-1-906796-01-3
Particular thanks to Geoff Wilde, Michael Braham and Rob Urwin.
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In all statistics the club are referred to as Southport or Southport Football Club, however were known as Southport Central between June 1888 & July 1918 and Southport Vulcan between July 1918 & July 1919.