Tom Dryburgh, Junior Internationalist
Tom Dryburgh was born in Kirkcaldy on 23 April 1923. He played ice hockey for Kirkcaldy Flyers before starting his football career with Lochgelly Albert. A talented outside left, Tom earned two junior international caps.
He left the Albert for Aldershot in 1947 before joining Rochdale in 1948. He then joined Leicester in August 1950. He played 99 times for the Foxes scoring 30 goals. The photographs show Tom with the Leicester squad 1950-51 and 1951-52.
Tom joined Hull City in 1954 and latterly represented King’s Lynn, Oldham Athletic and Lancaster City. He also played a single match as a trialist for Aberdeen in 1947. Tom Dryburgh died in Rochdale in 2008.
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