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Arnold Watson Hutton

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Arnold Watson Hutton
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Personal information
Full name Arnold Pencliffe Watson Hutton
Date of birth (1886-08-20)20 August 1886
Place of birth Buenos Aires, Argentina
Date of death 29 July 1951(1951-07-29) (aged 64)
Place of death Buenos Aires, Argentina
Playing position Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1902–1911 Alumni
1911–1913 Belgrano Athletic
National team
1906–1913 Argentina 17 (6)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Arnold Pencliffe Watson Hutton (20 August 1886 - 29 July 1951) was an Argentine football striker for the Argentina national team. He also played cricket, tennis and waterpolo for Argentina.[1]

Biography

Arnold, known as "Arnoldo" in Argentina was the son of Alexander Watson Hutton, the Scotsman known as the father of Argentine football for his role in founding the Argentine Football Association.[2] Arnold shared his father's keen interest in sports, and made his debut for Alumni Athletic Club on 14 April 1902 at the age of 15.[3]

As a teenager Arnold travelled to Europe, he studied in Scotland and Germany.

When he returned to Argentina he was part of the Alumni team that won the Argentine league in 1906 and he made his debut for the Argentina national team. He went on to play 17 times for Argentina, scoring six goals and winning two international tournaments.[4]

In 1910 he was the top scorer in the Argentine league with 13 goals.

He played for Alumni until the club were disbanded in 1911, the club won the league five times in the six years following his return, they also won three other tournaments.

Arnold went on to play for Belgrano Athletic until his retirement from football in 1913.[5]

References

  1. ^ Los Pumas y aquello que vino del fútbol, La Nación
  2. ^ Los grandes primeros cracks de nuestro fútbol, El Gráfico
  3. ^ The Victorian Football Miscellany, Paul Brown
  4. ^ Diccionario enciclopédico universal ..., Editorial J. C. Granda
  5. ^ Belgrano: 1855, del pueblo al barrio, 1998, Junta de Estudios Históricos de Belgrano

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