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F Hudspeth (right-back) 1917

It is uncertain whether the Hudspeth who played as a guest for Leeds City in April 1917 was the renowned Frank or his little-known brother Fred, both of whom played for Newcastle United.

He played in City's benefit game with Liverpool on New Year's Day and then again on 9 April in a Subsidiary Tournament game at Huddersfield Town.

Frank Hudspeth was born in Newcastle in 1890 and joined Newcastle in 1910, remaining with the club until 1929, making him the club's joint longest serving player, with his full-back partner Bill McCracken. He captained the club from 1923 to 1926 and raised the FA Cup in 1924. He was an ever present when Newcastle won the League championship in 1927.

He won one England cap in 1925 and played in the Victory International against Wales in 1919.

He ended his career with spells at Stockport County and Crook Town, and died in 1963.