Tommy Cheadle

Time at club: 1946-1955

Appearances: 368

Goals: 15

Tommy Cheadle player profile:

Tommy Cheadle, the legendary captain of the “Iron Curtain” side, a former centre-forward, was an ever-present during 1949-1950 and 1952-1953 and formed a formidable defensive partnership with Roy Sproson.

Cheadle signed as a professional in 1946 and made his first-team debut later that year. He was a member of Port Vale’s legendary 1953-54 side with Cheadle conceding the controversial “penalty” in the FA Cup semi-final defeat to West Brom.

After an eleven year spell with Vale, Cheadle moved to Crewe as player-coach in 1957.

In the noughties, the Port Vale pub was renamed “Tommy Cheadle’s” in his honour.

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