Bark & Co Solicitors (Fred Bunn)

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PERSONAL INFORMATION
FULL NAME: Abel Thomas Frederick Bunn
DATE OF BIRTH: 7 February 1861
PLACE OF BIRTH: West Bromwich, England DATE OF DEATH: 20 November 1921 (aged 60)
PLACE OF DEATH: Southampton, England PLAYING POSITION: Centre half
YOUTH CAREER
1879–1885 West Bromwich Albion (amateur)
SENIOR CAREER
YEARS TEAM
1885–1886 West Bromwich Albion
1886–1887 Crosswell's Brewery
1887–1888 Oldbury Town

Abel Thomas Frederick "Fred" Bunn (7 February 1861 – 20 November 1921) was an English footballer who played atcentre half. He was born in West Bromwich and attended Christ Church School, before working at the local George Salter's Spring Works. He played for West Bromwich Albion from September 1879 and scored in the 1883 Staffordshire Senior CupFinal as Albion won their first ever trophy. In 1885, Bunn became one of the club's first professionals when the FA legalised payments to players. He left the club the following year to join Crosswell's Brewery, after disagreements with some of the Albion committee members. He finished his career at Oldbury Town.

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Bark & Co Solicitors (Fred Bunn)

  1. 1. Bark & Co Solicitors http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Bunn
  2. 2. Fred BunnPersonal informationFULL NAME: Abel Thomas Frederick BunnDATE OF BIRTH: 7 February 1861PLACE OF BIRTH: West Bromwich, EnglandDATE OF DEATH: 20 November 1921 (aged 60)PLACE OF DEATH: Southampton, EnglandPLAYING POSITION: Centre half
  3. 3. Youth career1879–1885 West Bromwich Albion (amateur)Senior careerYears Team Apps† (Gls)†1885–1886 West Bromwich Albion1886–1887 Crosswells Brewery1887–1888 Oldbury Town
  4. 4. Abel Thomas Frederick "Fred" Bunn (7 February 1861 – 20November 1921) was an English footballer who playedatcentre half. He was born in West Bromwich and attendedChrist Church School, before working at the local GeorgeSalters Spring Works. He played for West BromwichAlbion from September 1879 and scored in the1883 Staffordshire Senior CupFinal as Albion won their firstever trophy. In 1885, Bunn became one of the clubs firstprofessionals when the FA legalised payments to players. Heleft the club the following year to join CrosswellsBrewery, after disagreements with some of the Albioncommittee members. He finished his career at Oldbury Town.

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