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Full Name: Frank Sloan
Born: 26 December 1904
Came from: Shield Muir Celtic Went to: Luton Town
First game: 19 April 1924 Last game: 08 February 1936
Appearances: 213 (213/0) Goals: 50
Prior to signing for Argyle, Sloan played for Scottish side Shieldmuir Celtic, where he was spotted by Robert Jack. A luxury player in his day, he was blessed with wonderful technical ability but was held back by perceived laziness. Sloan made a relatively low 200 appearances for the Pilgrims in his 13 years with the club, but a stunning individual effort against Tottenham in 1933 became the stuff of legend. After leaving the club he played for Luton Town, and then returned to Home Park as a member of the groundstaff.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
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