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Full Name: James Lyons Hindmarsh
Came from: Watford Went to: Stockport County
First game: 05 September 1908 Last game: 30 April 1910
Appearances: 63 (63/0) Goals: 24
Hindmarsh was born in Whitburn, County Durham in 1885 and played for Whitburn Colliery before joining Sunderland in 1905. He made just one appearance in his single season with the club before moving on to Fulham and Watford, spending a year with each side. In 1908 he signed for Argyle, but a knee injury limited his appearances throughout his first twelve months at Home Park. An inside-left who had also played at left-half, Hindmarsh was considered by the writer of the club handbook to be "one of the cleverest players the club has ever had".
His second season with Argyle saw him score 16 goals in 40 league games but he chose to move on at the end of the campaign, joining Stockport County. There, he played 69 times over the next two years before a similar spell with Manchester City, for whom he made 28 appearances. He went on to play for Newport County, a club he also managed from 1922 to 1935.
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