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Frank Burton (footballer, born 1890)

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Frank James "Bronco" Burton (7 September 1890 – 8 July 1967) was an English professional footballer who played as full-back for West Ham United and Charlton Athletic in the Football League, and also for Queens Park Rangers and Grays Thurrock United. He was later head coach of Spanish club Real Oviedo. Life and career Born in Cheadle, Stockport, Burton played for Kilburn before joining Queens Park Rangers in the close season of 1910. He did not appear for the QPR first team before joining West Ham United in the summer of 1912. He made his debut for West Ham on 5 October 1912 in a 3–1 win at home to Plymouth Argyle, replacing the injured Harry Forster. He appeared mostly for the reserves in 1912–13 and became a regular for the first team in the second half of 1913–14, initially at left-half before settling into the left-back position. He totalled 50 appearances in the Southern League First Division, forming full-back partnerships with Jim Rothwell and then Billy Cope. He scored
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