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Full Name: Norman Kitchen
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Born: 26/07/1911 (Sunderland)
Died: 08/11/1998 (Northampton)

From Sunderland boys, Norman a right-winger, joined Ferryhill Athletic in close season 1928 and moved to Eden Colliery four seasons later. In 1935 he had a trial with Sheffield Wednesday and in October 1935, he signed for Hull City and whilst with the Tigers he had a spell back with Ferryhill on loan.
He made a scoring League debut for Hull in February 1936 in the 1-3 home defeat to Barnsley. It was his only strike in 4 appearances for Hull as Hull finished bottom of the 2nd Division that season.
In July 1936 he moved to Southport and scored 13 goals in 58 League appearances for them, including a hat-trick against Tranmere in a 3-3 After he retired, he settled in Northamptonshire.

Season: 1940/1941 [Back to Player Stats]
The player made an appearance in the following games:
Date Competition Venue Opponents Score Goals
31/08/1940 War-Time: League Away WREXHAM 1 - 3 0
23/11/1940 War-Time: League Home CREWE ALEXANDRA 1 - 0 0
11/01/1941 War-Time: League / 1 2L Away CHESTER (1885) 2 - 3 0
05/04/1941 Liverpool Senior Cup / SF Home EVERTON 3 - 5 0
12/04/1941 War-Time: League Away TRANMERE ROVERS 0 - 3 0
26/04/1941 War-Time: League Away TRANMERE ROVERS 2 - 2 0

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