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Born: 27 February 1913
Came from: Goldthorpe United Went to: Bath City
First game: 28 April 1934 Last game: 28 April 1934
Appearances: 1 (1/0) Goals: 0
Born in Doncaster, Tepper started his career with local sides Roman Terrace, Thurnscoe Victoria and Mexborough before signing terms with Chesterfield, for whom he made three Football League appearances at just 17. A winger who could play on either flank, he then moved to Blackpool the following year but no appearances are recorded and it appears he drifted out of the League and signed for ambitious Goldthorpe United. In 1932 he joined Bristol Rovers, but as with Blackpool, no League appearances are recorded, although he did score a hat-trick against a Czech touring side, Sporting Club of Nachod, in 1933. He moved to Home Park later that year, but started just one match for the Pilgrims, a home win against Notts County in April 1934. During that match he was struck hard in the eye by the ball and was a virtual passenger for the remainder of the game and was then unable to be selected for the next match, the season's last. He left Home Park during the close season, still only 21, and returned to the wider Bristol area to sign for Bath City, after which little is know about the remainder of his career.
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