Bill Seddon

Bill Seddon was captain of the London Combination team that won the championship for five consecutive years.

The half back made 76 appearances for the first team during his eight-year spell with the Club after joining from Gillingham in December 1924.

It took a year and four months for his league debut to arrive, however, when the defender started in a 2-1 defeat to Sunderland.

Seddon found himself on the fringes of the first team but was a regular fixture in the reserves where he went on to make over 200 appearances.

He eventually departed for Grimsby Town for £2,500 in March 1932 before joining Luton. He became a trainer at Notts County in 1934 before taking up a position at Romford as a trainer-coach four years later.

Seddon served in the Army in west Africa during the war.

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