||03 Mar 1894, Owston Ferry (England)
A solid and reliable right back, Bert Duffield joined Leeds for the
first full season in the league and became a firm fixture in the
side. He had a 3-year spell at Bradford after leaving Leeds, but
didn't maintain his connection with the game after his retirement when
he bought a poultry farm at Rawcliffe near Goole.
Glen Lee says: Albert was a great great uncle of mine. he was a
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