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Bertie Rosier

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Herbert Leonard Rosier (21 March 1893 – 1 March 1939) was an English professional footballer who played as a left back in the Football League for Brentford, Clapton Orient, Southend United and Fulham.

Career

Rosier began his career with non-League clubs Hanwell North End, Uxbridge and Southall, before moving to Southern League Second Division club Brentford alongside his brother in 1913. A left back, Rosier's progress was halted by the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 and he enlisted to fight. After the armistice, Rosier returned to Brentford and played in the 1918–19 London Combination title-winning team. After Brentford's election to the Third Division in 1920, Rosier made his Football League debut for the club in a 3–0 defeat to Exeter City on 28 August 1920. By the time of his departure from Griffin Park in February 1923, Rosier had made 127 appearances. He later played for Clapton Orient, Southend United, Fulham and Folkestone.

Personal

During the First World War, Rosier and his brother, Alfred, served with the Royal Sussex Regiment and both were captured by the Germans in July 1917 near Monchy-le-Preux. Both brothers were interned in prisoner of war camps in Douai, Dülmen and Münster before being repatriated in November 1918. Rosier held the rank of private.{{Cite news title=Herbert Leonard Rosier Service Record language=en-US work=Football and the First World War url=https://www.footballandthefirstworldwar.org/herbert-leonard-rosier-service-record/ access-date=13 November 2018

Honours

Brentford
  • London Combination: 1918–19
  • Career statistics

    {
    + Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
    ! rowspan="2" Club
    ! rowspan="2" Season
    ! colspan="3" League
    ! colspan="2" FA Cup
    ! colspan="2" Total
    -
    !Division
    !Apps
    !Goals
    !Apps
    !Goals
    !Apps
    !Goals
    -
    rowspan="6" Brentford
    1914–15
    Southern League Second Division
    1
    0
    0
    0
    1
    0
    -
    1919–20
    Southern League First Division
    26
    0
    1
    0
    27
    0
    -
    1920–21
    Third Division
    34
    0
    1
    0
    35
    0
    -
    1921–22
    rowspan="2" Third Division South
    34
    0
    3
    0
    37
    0
    -
    1922–23
    24
    0
    3
    0
    27
    0
    -
    ! colspan="2" Total
    !119
    !0
    !8
    !0
    !127
    !0
    -
    Southend United
    1927–28
    Third Division South
    41
    0
    1
    0
    42
    0
    -
    ! colspan="3" Career total
    !160
    !0
    !9
    !0
    !169
    !0
    Category:English footballers
    Category:English Football League players
    Category:Brentford F.C. players
    Category:Footballers from Hanwell
    Category:Leyton Orient F.C. players
    Category:Southend United F.C. players
    Category:Fulham F.C. players
    Category:Association football defenders
    Category:1893 births
    Category:Folkestone F.C. players
    Category:Southern Football League players
    Category:1939 deaths
    Category:Royal Sussex Regiment soldiers
    Category:British Army personnel of World War I
    Category:Uxbridge F.C. players
    Category:British World War I prisoners of war
    Category:World War I prisoners of war held by Germany
     
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