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Peter Kyle

Peter Kyle

Birthdate: 21 December 1878
Birthplace: Cadder, East Dunbartonshire, Scotland
Other clubs:Glasgow Parkhead (1896-98), Clyde (1898-99), Leicester Fosse (1900-01), Wellingborough Town (1901), West Ham United (1901), Kettering (1901-02), Wellingborough Town (2 / 1902), Aberdeen (1902-03), Cowdenbeath (1903-04), Port Glasgow Athletic (1904), Royal Albert (1904-05), Partick Thistle (1905), Tottenham Hotspur (1905-06), Woolwich Arsenal (1906-08), Aston Villa (1908), Sheffield United (1908-09), Royal Albert (1909), Watford (1909-10), Royal Albert (1910-11), Raith Rovers
Bought from:Clyde
Signed for LFC:September 1899
Liverpool debut: 02.09.1899
Last appearance: 01.02.1900
Contract expiry: 09.05.1900
Win ratio: 20% W:1 D:0 L:4
LFC league games/goals: 4 / 0
Total LFC games/goals: 5 / 0

Player profile

Forward Kyle was selected in four of the first five League matches of the 1899/00 season, but lost his place to John Walker and didn't figure for the club again, except for one further appearance in the FA Cup replay with Stoke City at Anfield on 1 February 1900. Kyle was a much-travelled player who stayed usually for a short while at each place as he was beset with disciplinary problems, more than once thrown out of a club after a dispute with a teammate. His brief stay at Watford ended because of “utterly disgraceful and demoralising conduct," according to the West Herts Post. Kyle's most prolific spell came at first division Arsenal from 1906-1908 where he scored 23 goals in 60 appearances.

Appearances per season

Season League FA LC Europe Other Total
Totals 4 1 0 0 0 5
1899-1900 4 1 0 0 0 5

A more detailed look at the player's appearances

Total Opponent
2 Stoke City
1 Sunderland
1 Blackburn Rovers
1 WBA
Total Competition
4 League
1 FA Cup

Milestone Appearances

# Date Against Stadium Competition
1 02.09.1899 Stoke Victoria Ground League
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