Player profile

Tommy McLeod

Tommy McLeod

Birthdate: 26 December 1920
Birthplace: Musselburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Other clubs:Edinburgh Royal, Chesterfield (1951-52), Wisbech Town (1952-54), Dundee United (1954)
Bought from:Army football
Signed for LFC:October 1945
Liverpool debut: 04.04.1947
Last appearance: 27.12.1948
Contract expiry: July 1951
Win ratio: 28.57% W:2 D:3 L:2
LFC league games/goals: 7 / 0
Total LFC games/goals: 7 / 0

Player profile

A left-winger with a powerful shot who got noticed by the Daily Post reporter, Leslie Edwards, who saw him playing Army football in Germany. McLeod played three times towards the close of the 1946/47 season, the year when Liverpool dramatically won the League title by winning their final fixture 2-1 at Wolverhampton on the last day of May. McLeod had replaced Albert Stubbins in the Good Friday draw at Deepdale against Preston North End and then took over from Cyril Done for the Easter Monday return with Preston and also for the next home match against Sunderland. Mcleod wasn't called on at all the next season but had a run of four consecutive matches half-way through the 1948/49 season.

Appearances per season

Season League FA LC Europe Other Total
Totals 7 0 0 0 0 7
1946-1947 3 0 0 0 0 3
1948-1949 4 0 0 0 0 4
1949-1950 0 0 0 0 0 0

A more detailed look at the player's appearances

Total Opponent
3 Preston North End
2 Manchester United
1 Sunderland
1 Aston Villa
Total Competition
7 League

Milestone Appearances

# Date Against Stadium Competition
1 04.04.1947 Preston North End Deepdale League
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