Bill Arblaster


Bill Arblaster

Football player infobox| playername= Bill Arblaster
fullname = William J. Arblaster
nickname =


dateofbirth = 1900
dateofdeath= unknown
cityofdeath= unknown
cityofbirth = Darlaston
countryofbirth = England
countryofdeath =presumably England
height = unknown
currentclub = n/a
clubnumber =n/a
position = Inside forward
youthyears = unknown
youthclubs = unknown
years=?
1923-1926
1926-1928
1928-?
?
?
clubs=Darlaston
Merthyr Town
Gillingham
Darlaston
Leamington Town
Darlaston
caps(goals) ="unknown"
92 (29)
54 (24)
"unknown"
"unknown"
"unknown"
manageryears = | managerclubs=| nationalcaps(goals) =
pcupdate = 13:09, 15 November 2007 (UTC)

William J. "Bill" Arblaster (born Darlaston, 1900, date and place of death unknown) was an English professional football (soccer) player. His clubs included Merthyr Town and Gillingham. [cite book | first=Roger|last= Triggs | title=The Men Who Made Gillingham Football Club| publisher=Tempus Publishing Ltd | year=2001| id=ISBN 0-7524-2243-X|pages=p10] He made nearly 150 Football League appearances.

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