Cohen Weenan Football Captains 1907-08 (31-45)

31 Arthur Waters- Stockport County. Close to death in 1905, suffering pneumonia in the season he joined Stockport, left back Waters went on to make 165 first team appearances for the club. County came 13th in Division 2 in 1907-08.

32 Billy Wooldridge -Wolverhampton Wanderers. Wooldridge joined Wolves from Wednesbury Old Athletic in 1900, and scored 90 goals in 356 appearances for the club. He captained Wolves to FA Cup victory in  1908. Dropped back from forward to centre half later in his career. Wanderers finished the 1907-08 season in 9th place in Division 2.

33 Gordon Wright- Hull City. Vicar Gordon Wright was a former Cambridge University and Corinthians winger.  He made 168 appearances for Hull in a 7 year career that ended when he emigrated to South Africa, where he had toured with the FA in 1910. City were 8th in Division 2 in 1907-08.

34 Harry Ross- Fulham. Scotsman Ross joined Fulham from Burnley in 1907.
one of those players who can play equally well at right or left back. Physically he is the man for the place. Twenty four years of age, he weighs over thirteen stone and stands a trifle more than five feet ten. He is a vigorous tackler and a powerful kick, and possesses all the attributes of mind and temper that go to make a first class player- The Brechin Advertiser (1905).
1907-08 was Fulham's first season in the Football League, and they made 4th spot in Division 2.

35 George Robinson- Bradford City. Full back Robinson made 343 league appearances for Bradford City (1903–1915). Bradford City finished the 1907-08 season on top of the Second Division.

36 Jack Scott- Blackpool. A defender, Scott played in over 300 league matches in 11 seasons with Blackpool. 15th in Division 2 for the 1907-08 season.

37 William Simpson - Lincoln City. The last of Simpson's 151 appearances for City came in December 1907. In the 1907-08 season Lincoln won just 9 games, finished bottom of the Second Division and were not re elected to the league.

38 Herbert Munday-Chesterfield. The Chesterfield legend made 314 Football League appearances for the club, scoring 107 goals. He represented Sheffield FA against the London FA in 1893.In 1908 he began playing at left-half. Chesterfield finished the 1907-08 season in 19th place in Division 2 and were successfully re elected.

39 Arnold Oxspring- Barnsley.   In the 1907-08 season Barnsley finished 16th in Division 2.

 40 Ted Pheasant -West Bromwich Albion.  Pheasant spent 9 seasons at  Wolverhampton Wanderers before joining the Albion for £500 in 1904. He appeared in 152 games for Albion in all competitions, scoring 22 goals. He died in 1910 aged 33, 2 weeks after signing for Leicester Fosse. West Brom were out of sorts in 1907-08, managing only 5th in Division 2.

41 Wilf Innerd- Crystal Palace. Innerd made 133 appearances for Palace (1905 - 1909).the 1907-08 season saw Palace finish in 4th place in the Southern League. 

42 Billy Jones- Swindon Town. Right half Billiy Jones spent most of his career at Bristol City. He was capped once by England (1901) and Joined Swindon from Tottenham in 1907 at the age of 34. Swindon ended the 1907-08 season 5th in the Southern League.

43 Harry Kent - Brighton & Hove Albion. The clean living centre-half later managed Watford. Brighton came 17th in the Southern League in 1907-08.

44 George Kitchen -West Ham United. Kitchen joined West Ham from Everton in 1905 and promptly became the first-ever goalkeeper to score on his debut (with a penalty). He was with the Irons for 7 seasons,scoring 6 goals in his 205 appearances. He was also a professional golfer. In the 1907-08 season West Ham finished 10th in the Southern League.

45 David McCartney -Northampton Town. The centre half was captain of the Northampton Town team under the management of Herbert Chapman. This Northampton team was arguably the first English side to employ (through Chapman) modern management techniques and a systematic tactical approach to games. Town were a Southern League club in 1907-08, finishing 8th.