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Tom Sloan (footballer born 1900)

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Full nameThomas Milne Sloan

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Thomas Milne "Tom" Sloan (born 11 September 1900, date of death unknown) was an Irish international footballer. A midfielder, he appeared for Cardiff City in the 1927 FA Cup Final. He was born in Portadown.

Sloan joined Cardiff in during the 1924-25 season from Linfield, having previously played for Crusaders. He went on to make ninety appearances in all competitions before leaving the club, along with fellow FA Cup winner Tom Watson, to join Linfield in 1929.

It was at Linfield that Sloan and Watson helped the side win the Irish Cup and completed a remarkable treble of winning the major cup in three different countries after already having won the FA Cup and the Welsh Cup.

He went on to manage Portadown.

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