Player #377

Appearances:

111

Starts:

111

Goals:

33

Seasons:

3

Freddie Haycock
Freddie Haycock

Source: Football card Freddie Haycock issued by the Topical Times under the Stars Of To-day series, 1938-39.

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Freddie Haycock
Freddie Haycock

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Freddie Haycock

Position

Forward

From

1936-37

To

1938-39

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Freddie Haycock

Seasons Quick-View

Seasons

Age*

24
25
26

Division

D2
D2
D1

Appearances

111
23
46
42

Starts

111
23
46
42

Substitute

0
0
0
0

Unused

0
0
0
0

Goals

33
4
17
12

*Age on opening day of the season

FAC: FA Cup; FL: Football League; D1: Division 1; D2: Division 2; D3: Division 3; PL: Premier League; CH: Championship

FULL SEASON BREAKDOWN

Frederick James Haycock

Birth Date

Friday, 19 April 1912

Birth Place

Bootle, Liverpool, Merseyside

Birth Country

England

Villa Youth

n/a

From

Transfer in

Prescot Cables FC

From

For

Free

On

February 1934

Previous Clubs

Waterford, Ireland |
Blackburn Rovers |
Prescot Cables FC |

Loans Out

None

Transfer Out

To

Wrexham

For

Free

On

1939

Subsequent Clubs

1946-47 Wrexham |

Freddie Haycock
Freddie Haycock

Source: Football card Freddie Haycock issued by the Topical Times under the Stars Of To-day series, 1938-39.

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Freddie Haycock
Freddie Haycock

Source: Football card Freddie Haycock issued by the Topical Times under the Stars Of To-day series, 1938-39.

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Villa Career

Seasons Active, Fee, Starts (Sub) | Goals |

1936-39 Free, 111 | 33 |

STARTS

SUBS

GOALS

Played Under

Jimmy Hogan |
Alex Massie |

First Squad Appearance

Saturday, 19 December 1936

Debut Appearance

Saturday, 19 December 1936

Norwich City (h), Division Two

DEBUT

First Goal

Saturday, 23 January 1937

Final Appearance

Saturday, 6 May 1939

Middlesbrough (h), Division One

FINAL

Final Squad Appearance

Saturday, 6 May 1939

Honours

Played for the Villa

Height

Foot

International Team

Not selected

Died

10 April 1989, Aged 77

Freddie Haycock

Player #377 for Aston Villa, Frederick James Haycock, known as Freddie Haycock, and nicknamed Schneider played as a forward for the club.

Freddie played for Villa between 1936-37 and 1938-39 making 111 appearances and scoring 33 goals.

Freddie was born in Bootle on 19 April 1912 and made his debut appearance for Villa on the 19 December 1936 aged 24.

Villa had signed Freddie from Prescot Cables FC in February 1934 and he went on to make 22 league appearances, scoring 4 goal in his debut season.

Freddie’s most prolific season came in Villa’s Second Division championship winning season of 1937-38 where his 14 goals in 39 appearances won Villa promotion back to the top flight.

Across the season, including the cup, Freddie scored the Villa’s first and last goals of the campaign, netting 17 times, including the FA Cup quarter-final winner against Manchester City in March.

Freddie played under Jimmy Hogan and Alex Massie, playing his final game in top flight football on 6 May 1939 but post war he made one appearance for Villa in the interim regional league after which he moved on to Wrexham.

Freddie passed away in Great Barr on 10th April 1989 aged 77.