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Lewis Stoker

Personal information
Place of birthWheatley Hill, England
Place of deathBirmingham, England
Playing positionRight half

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Lewis Stoker (31 March 1910 May 1979) was an English professional footballer who played as an attacking right half. Born in Wheatley Hill, County Durham, he spent most of his professional career at Birmingham, for whom he played 246 games in all competitions, including 230 in the First Division. In 1938 he moved on to Nottingham Forest, and retired during the Second World War. He won three full caps for England between 1932 and 1934. After football he worked for Wimbush's bakery in Birmingham, and died in the city at the age of 69.

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