Walter Tull Footballer and 1st Black British Army Officer

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Walter Daniel John Tull (28 April 1888 – 25 March 1918) was an English professional footballer who played as an inside forward for Tottenham Hotspur and Northampton Town. He was the second person of Afro-Caribbean/mixed heritage to play in the top division of the Football League, the first Afro-Caribbean/mixed heritage outfield player in the top division of English football, and the first to be commissioned as an infantry officer in the British Army. His professional football career began after he was spotted while playing for his local amateur club, Clapton F.C.. He began playing for Clapton in 1908 and within a few months he had won winners' medals in the FA Amateur Cup, London County Amateur Cup and London Senior Cup. In March 1909 the Football Star called him "the catch of the season".

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Walter Tull Footballer and 1st Black British Army Officer
Walter Tull Footballer and 1st Black British Army Officer
Walter Tull Footballer and 1st Black British Army Officer
Walter Tull Footballer and 1st Black British Army Officer
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