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Charlie Wayman

Charlie Wayman
Personal information
Full name Charles Wayman
Date of birth (1922-05-16)16 May 1922
Place of birth Bishop Auckland, England
Date of death 26 February 2006(2006-02-26) (aged 83)
Playing position Centre forward[1]
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1946-1947 Newcastle United 47 (32)
1947-1950 Southampton 100 (73)
1950-1954 Preston North End 157 (105)
1954-1956 Middlesbrough 55 (31)
1956-1958 Darlington 23 (14)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Charles Wayman (16 May 1922 – 26 February 2006) was an English footballer.

Wayman, who was born in Chilton, Bishop Auckland, was a prolific centre-forward in the first decade after the Second World War. Newcastle United signed him from Spennymoor United in September 1941, while he was working as a miner at Chilton Colliery. He later formed a great partnership with Ted Bates at Southampton. In total, he played for five Football League clubs between 1941 and 1958. A knee injury forced his retirement from league football. He later coached Evenwood Town and became a sales manager for the Scottish and Newcastle brewery.

His brother, Frank, was also a professional footballer.

References

  1. ^ "Charlie Wayman : Biography". Spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk. 
  • Jeremy Wilson (2006). Southampton’s Cult Heroes. Know The Score Books.  
  • Obituary
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