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Sam Weaver

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Samuel Weaver (8 February 1909 – 15 April 1985) was an English footballer who played as a half-back. Playing career Weaver began his career at local side Pilsley from where he moved to Sutton Town. His performances for Town attracted the attention of Hull City and in March 1928 he moved to the Tigers for £50. In November 1929 he left Anlaby Road for Newcastle United, netting City a huge profit by moving for £2500. He proved a success at St James' Park, winning an FA Cup medal with the club in 1932. He also played three times for the England national team in 1932 and 1933 whilst at the club. He moved to Chelsea in 1936 for £4166 and was at the club to 1945 although his career was interrupted by the Second World War. During the conflict he was a regular guest player for Leeds United during the 1942–43 season. He left Chelsea in December 1945 for Stockport County and retired in the 1947 close season. As a player Weaver wa
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