Tom Smith was an inside right who joined Manchester United from Leicester City in January 1924. He played 90 first team games for United before leaving for Northampton Town in 1927.
Winger (W.H) Billy Smith began his senior career with Huddersfield Town in 1913. He played 575 games for the Terriers , winning 3 League Championships and an FA Cup. He joined Rochdale in 1934. Smith won 3 England caps (1922-28).
(J.R) Jack Smith, a centre forward, joined Bolton Wanderers from Glasgow Rangers in 1921. In 174 games for Wanderers he scored 187 goals. Moving to Bury in 1928 he continued to score regularly (169 games, 112 goals). He won the FA Cup with Bolton in 1923 and 1926, having won the Scottish Cup with Kilmarnock in 1920.
Inside left Joe Smith scored 277 goals for Bolton Wanderers, for whom he played 492 games (1908-27). He then enjoyed 3 seasons with Stockport County, scoring 63 goals in 73 games. He won 5 England caps (1913–1920) and managed Blackpool from 1935–1958.
(A.W) Bertie Smith made 12 appearances for Huddersfield Town (1922-26). He played at centre half.