1932 FA Charity Shield

The 1932 FA Charity Shield was the 19th FA Charity Shield, a football match between the winners of the previous season's First Division and FA Cup competitions. The match was contested by league champions Everton and FA Cup winners Newcastle, and was played at St James' Park, the home ground of Newcastle United. Everton won the game, 5–3.[1]

1932 FA Charity Shield
EventFA Charity Shield
Newcastle United Everton
3 5
Date12 October 1932
VenueSt James' Park, Newcastle
Attendance15,000

Match details

Newcastle United3–5Everton
McMenemy Goal ?'?'
Boyd Goal
Dean Goal 22'45'47'88'
Johnson Goal
1 Mick Burns
2 Jimmy Nelson
3 David Fairhurst
4 Dave Bell
5 Dave Davidson
6 Sam Weaver
7 Jimmy Boyd
8 Jimmy Richardson
9 Jack Allen
10 Harry McMenemy
11 Tommy Lang
Manager: Andy Cunningham
1 Ted Sagar
2 Ben Williams
3 Warney Cresswell
4 Cliff Britton
5 Tommy White
6 Jock Thomson
7 Edward Critchley
8 John McGourty
9 Dixie Dean
10 Tommy Johnson
11 Jimmy Stein
Manager: Thomas H. McIntosh

References

  1. ^ "England – List of FA Charity/Community Shield Matches". RSSSF.com. Retrieved 15 February 2012.
  2. ^ "Newcastle United v Everton, 12 October 1932". 11v11. Retrieved 28 November 2017.
List of Newcastle United F.C. managers

Newcastle United F.C. is an English football club based in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, North East England. Since 1930, there have been thirty-three official managers, with the current incumbent, Rafael Benítez, appointed on 11 March 2016.

Statistically, the club's most successful manager is Chris Hughton, with a win percentage of 59.38. The club's longest-serving manager was Stan Seymour, who had three spells managing the club from 1939 to 1958, totalling almost fourteen years, while the most successful manager was Joe Harvey, who won five trophies (albeit that four were minor trophies) and also had the longest uninterrupted spell as manager, lasting thirteen years from 1962 to 1975. All but three of the club's managers – Tom Mather, Norman Smith and Osvaldo Ardiles – have managed the club in the top-flight.

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