John McPhee

Full Name: John McPhee
Born: 21/11/1937 (Motherwell)
Died: 04/01/2015 (Hambleton, Fylde)

McPhee signed for the Sandgrounders in 1971 as one of Jimmy Meadows first signings, displacing club legend Arthur Peat from his usual playing position.  He was an outstanding player and captain and became an integral part of the 1972-73 Fourth Division Championship winning side, lifting the trophy as skipper before retiring from the game at the end of that season to concentrate on his Sheraton Hotel on Blackpool’s North Shore.

John played for Motherwell, Blackpool, Barnsley and Southport making 91 appearances in all competitions for the sandgrounders, scoring once. Twice named Blackpool’s Player of the Year he spent 8 years at at Bloomfield Road and also 7 years with Motherwell.

Liverpool Echo – Thursday 03 May 1973
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Southport Playing Stats

First Team

Heritage Qualifying League Only Cup Only Other Only All
Season Qualifying Starts Qualifying Subs Qualifying Appearances Qualifying Goals League Starts League Subs Total League Appearances League Goals Cup Starts Cup Subs Total CupAppearances Cup Goals Other Starts Other Subs Total Other Appearances Other Goals Total Starts Total Subs Total Appearances Total Goals


Season Date Club From Standard From Club To Standard To Value/Notes
1971/1972 25/06/1971 Barnsley First Team Southport First Team
1972/1973 30/05/1973 Southport First Team No Club First Team Retired

Management Stats

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