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George Halley

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George Halley (29 October 1887 – 18 December 1941) was a Scottish professional footballer who made 220 appearances as a right half in the Football League for Burnley, Bradford (Park Avenue) and Southend United. He also played in the Scottish League for Kilmarnock and represented the Scottish League XI. Club career A right half, Halley began his senior career with Scottish League Division One club Kilmarnock in 1907 and moved to England in 1911, where, either side of the First World War, he made 220 appearances in the Football League for Burnley, Bradford (Park Avenue) and Southend United. While with Burnley, he was a part of the teams that won the 1913–14 FA Cup and the 1920–21 First Division title. Halley's professional career ended in 1924. Representative career Halley was capped by the Scottish League XI in 1910. During his long spell in England, he was selected for the Home Scots v Anglo-Scots internationa
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