Joseph Myerscough 1893 - 1975
Born 8 August 1893
Died 29 July 1975
Was an English footballer.
His regular position was as a forward He was born inGalgate Lancashire.
He played for Lancaster Town, Bradford Park Avenue and Manchester United
Joseph Myerscough - inside forward -
Birth place: Galgate, Lancashire
National team: England
Married 1919 Elizabeth Parkinson
Manchester United Career
Seasons:3 Appearances: 34 Goals: 8 Goals per match: 0.24
First appearance:4 September 1920, aged 27
Last appearance:14 March 1923, aged 29
MU career:2.5 years Height: 5' 11" Weight: 11st 3lbs
In the 1930s, Town won two more Combination titles, and managed to attract regular crowds of around 3,000 - equal to many league clubs at the time.
This period of success in the 1920s and 1930s was built on some of the clubs best ever players, players such as Harry Abbott, Fred Johnson, 'Derby' Wilson, Richard Bond, Joe Hodkinson, Anthony Alstead, Ellis Fisher, Fred Marquis and Joe Myerscough.
Transferred from: Lancaster Town, 05/1920,
Years at Club: 1920-1923
Debut: 04/09/1920 v Bolton Wanderers (A) 1-1 (League Division One)
Previous clubs: Lancaster Town
Farwell to Manchester United: Transferred to Bradford, 10/1923,
Passed Away: 29/07/1975