Centre-forward who started his career with Manchester United but
was released to non-league Witton Albion before his league career got
underway. After a productive spell at Wrexham he was picked up by Leeds
but he found his position at centre forward soon occupied by a certain
player by the name of John Charles, so he moved on soon after.
Emma Fidler says: He is my Grandpa.
Jack Fidler says: Made 1 appearance for Man.U v Brighton scored
only goal ! He aint heavy he's my Brother
Jack Fidler says: Might consider, but remember both Frank and I
are, and always have been, Manchester City supporters !
Jack Fidler says: Frank was educated at Windermere Grammar
School, where a certain Major Buckley (Wolves Manager) took an
interest, hence when Major Buckley managed Leeds, he was keen to sign
him - do you want more history ?
John Williamson says: I saw Frank Fidler play for Hereford United
on many occasions. He was with Hereford from 1957 to 1960 and scored
63 goals in 105 games. He was in the Hereford side that beat Queens
Park Rangers 6-1 in an FA Cup game - the record victory by a
non-league side against a Football League side in the
competition. Frank didn't score that day, but as his record shows he
was a prolific scorer in his time at Edgar Street. In those days the
record books weren't so accurate (no Rothmans Yearbooks then), and I
believe that when he signed for Hereford he was said to be aged 28 !
Michael Manning says: Frank Fidler is my next door neighbour.
Louise Fidler says: He is my fantastic grandpa! I think its great
that he has played for so many football teams, he is my claim to