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Dave Mangnall

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Position Centre forward
Born 21 Sep 1905, Wigan (England)
Height 177 cm
Weight 71 kg
International Caps none

Club From To Apps Goals Sold for
Leeds United 01 Nov 1927 01 Dec 1929 9 6  
Huddersfield Town 01 Dec 1929 01 Feb 1934      
Birmingham City 01 Feb 1934 01 Mar 1935      
West Ham United 01 Mar 1935 01 Jun 1936      
Millwall 01 Jun 1936 01 Jun 1939      
Queens Park Rangers 01 Jun 1939        

Leeds Career League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other
Season Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1929 - 1930 9 6 0   0   0   0  
Total 9 6 0   0   0   0  

Jabba's Comments

A compact striker who did well in non-league football before signing for Leeds - and his record of 6 goals in 9 games looks good enough for him to have been retained. As it was he was allowed to leave and scored a hatful of goals for a variety of clubs before moving to QPR just before the outbreak of war. He had a spell in management with that club after the war, but was replaced after 6 years by Jack Taylor - who would go on to be an unsuccessful boss at Elland Road.

Anonymous says: i met dave mangnall in a pub. he was mad.

Jim Mangnall says: Was interested in your page on Dave Mangnall who was my father. I came out to NZL in 1961, just a year before he died. However am coming back to the UK in August this year to attend a RAF reunion. I still have plenty of memrobilia of my Dad and intend donating some of this to the Millwall FC museum as he was the Captain there when they beat Man City to get into the semi final of the FA Cup. They were the first 3rd Div side to achieve that feat. Still have a silver cup that he won whilst at Leeds United. Incidentally, my Mother is still alive and is 93. She is also in NZL.

Geoffrey Mangnall says: Dave Mangnall was my uncle as my dad Walter Mangnall was his brother & my dad often talked about him and his passion for football. My father passed away in 1987 & to my knowledge there's not many of us left. But so long as we are still around his name will go on. As i have told my son Aaron Mangnall all about his grandad's brother. Jim i have never met you but I am glad that you are well & that your mum is too.

Brenda Mangnall (nee varley) says: I was most interested to see this info about a Mangnall. I married a Mangnall in 1971 and for the last 5 yrs have been researching my husbands family. There are loads!!! of mangnalls still about mostly in USA. Could the relatives of Jim please email me with any info on their line. My husbands line originated in Westhoughton, Lancashire which is not that far from Wigan. I am currently building a Web-site and hope to publish it on the web soon so keep watching any mangnalls out there. Web-site name is

Adrian Birks says: My grandfather, Ken Burditt, played as a forward with Dave Mangnall at Millwall '36-'38 & often told me stories about their times together. Apparently they made quite a duo. I also have lots of photo's etc

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