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Matt Brunton

Summary
Matthew Brunton (20 April 1878 – 29 December 1962) was an English professional footballer who played as an inside forward in the Football League for Burnley, Preston North End, Leicester Fosse and Oldham Athletic. Personal life Brunton was a soldier in the South Lancashire Regiment and was bought out of the army to become a professional footballer. Prior to the First World War, he worked at the Burnley Corporation Baths. He served as a sergeant in the South Lancashire Regiment during the war and was wounded in the leg in January 1916. Career statistics Honours Accrington Stanley
  • Lancashire Combination First Division (2): 1902–03, 1905–06
Oldham Athletic
  • Lancashire Combination First Division (1): 1906–07
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