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Joe Carter (English footballer)

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Full nameJoseph Henry Carter
Date of birth27 July 1899
Place of birthAston, Birmingham, England
Date of death7 January 1977(age 77)
Place of deathHandsworth, Birmingham, England
Playing positionInside-forward

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Joseph Henry Carter (27 July 1899 7 January 1977) was an English footballer who played at inside-forward. He won three England caps, scoring four goals. Carter won an FA Cup winner's medal with West Bromwich Albion in 1931, also helping the team win promotion to Division One in the same season. In September 1931 he became the first ever Albion player to be sent off at The Hawthorns. He played in the 1935 FA Cup Final when Albion finished as runners-up to Sheffield Wednesday. He died of dehydration in 1977.

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