Player #64

Appearances:

4

Starts:

4

Goals:

0

Seasons:

2

James Connor
James Connor

Source: Football card Aston Villa issued by Kane Products under the Football Clubs & Colours series, 1956.

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James Connor

Position

Midfielder

From

1889-90

To

1890-91

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James Connor

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Seasons

Age*

22
23

Division

FL
FL

Appearances

4
1
3

Starts

4
1
3

Substitute

0
0
0

Unused

0
0
0

Goals

0
0
0

*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

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James Connor

Birth Date

January 1867

Birth Place

Greenock, Renfrewshire

Birth Country

Scotland

Villa Youth

n/a

From

Transfer in

Warwick County

From

For

Free

On

Unknown

Previous Clubs

Vale of Leven FC |
Hibernian |
Glasgow Celtic |
Glasgow Hibernian |
Renton |
Warwick County |

Loans Out

None

Transfer Out

To

Glasgow Celtic

For

Free

On

1891

Subsequent Clubs

Glasgow Celtic |

James Connor
James Connor

Source: Football card Aston Villa issued by Kane Products under the Football Clubs & Colours series, 1956.

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Villa Career

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

1890-91 Free, 4 | 0 |

STARTS

SUBS

GOALS

Played Under

George Ramsay led Management Committee

First Squad Appearance

Saturday, 25 January 1890

Debut Appearance

Saturday, 25 January 1890

Bolton Wanderers (h), Football League

DEBUT

First Goal

Did not score

Final Appearance

Friday, 26 December 1890

Sunderland (h), Football League

FINAL

Final Squad Appearance

Friday, 26 December 1890

Honours

Played for the Villa

Height

Foot

International Team

Not selected

Died

1929, Aged 62

James Connor

Player #64 for Aston Villa, James Connor, played as a midfielder for the club. James represented Villa in 1889-90 and 1890-91.

James was born in Greenock, Scotland on 7th January 1867 and made his debut as a 23 year old on 25th January 1890.

Villa had signed James from Warwick County and he went on to represent the club 4 times.

James’ final game came in the Boxing Day fixture of 1890 in the 0-0 draw at Wellington Road against Sunderland.

James played under the George Ramsay led Management Committee.

James moved on to Glasgow Celtic, the first transfer between these two giants of football.

James passed away in Birmingham in 1929 aged 62.