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Alex McIntosh

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									Alex McIntosh
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Alexander "Alex" McIntosh (14 April 1916 - 1965) was a Scottish
                                                                                               Alex McIntosh
footballer, who played in the Football League for Wolverhampton
Wanderers, Birmingham City and Coventry City.                                                 Personal information
                                                                            Full name        Alexander McIntosh
Career                                                                      Date of birth    14 April 1916
                                                                            Place of birth   Dunfermline, Scotland
McIntosh moved into league football Wolverhampton Wanderers
                                                                            Date of death    1965
from non-league Folkestone Town in 1937. He made his league
                                                                            Playing position Midfielder
debut on 23 October 1937 in a 2-1 win at Leeds United and
                                                                                                  Senior career*
became a first choice player the following season, which featured a
run through to the FA Cup Final, where they lost to underdogs               Years            Team                      Apps † (Gls) †
Portsmouth at Wembley.                                                                       Folkestone Town
                                                                            1937–1947        Wolverhampton Wanderers       44      (7)
After the suspension of league football in September 1939 due to
the outbreak of World War II, McIntosh still turned out for Wolves in       1947–1948        Birmingham City               23      (4)

wartime fixtures, and was part of their 1942 War Cup triumph.               1948–1949        Coventry City                 20      (3)
                                                                            –                Kidderminster Harriers
By the resumption of the Football League, he was no longer part of
                                                                             * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the
manager Ted Vizard's plans and played just four more times before                domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).
joining Midlands neighbours Birmingham City in 1947. After a short
stay there, he moved on again, joining Coventry City for an equally brief spell.
He died in 1965, aged 49.

Honours
Wolverhampton Wanderers
   FA Cup finalist: 1939

References
   Alex McIntosh     , Post War English & Scottish Football League A - Z Player's Database


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