William Hood Northern Irish footballer
William Hood is a 77 years old Northern Irish footballer from Belfast, Northern Ireland. William Hood was born on November 03, 1914 (died on January 01, 1992, he was 77 years old) in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Hood was a former Northern Irish footballer who played as a defender. Hood made three appearances for Liverpool F. C. during the 1937–38 season as a replacement for the injured full back Tom Cooper. Hood also played for Cliftonville and Derry City in his native Northern Ireland.
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No, he died on 01/01/1992, 30 years ago. He was 77 years old when he died.
|Team||Match/Point||Start||End||Age at that time|
|Cliftonville F.C.||1936||1937||21 years He was 21 years old.|
|Liverpool F.C.||1937||1938||22 years He was 22 years old.|
|Crusaders F.C.||1935||1936||20 years He was 20 years old.|
|Derry City F.C.||1938||23 years He was 23 years old.|
William Hood zodiac sign was scorpio.
Other facts about William Hood
|Position||Defender (association football)|
|Position played on team / speciality||Defender|
|Family name||Hood. Show people with the surname Hood|
|Country of citizenship||United Kingdom Of Great Britain And Ireland , end time: 1927-04-12T00:00:00Z , end cause: Royal and Parliamentary Titles Act 1927|
|Date of death||1992-01-01T00:00:00Z|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||English|
|Sex or gender||Male|