Eric John Caesar
Date of Birth:
07 November 1907
Place of Birth:
Date of Death:
Place of Death:
South East Surrey
(1929/30 - 1930/31)
Eric was the younger brother of Bill, being born in 1907.
A half-back, at wing or centre, with a strong, sure kick and a powerful build, he joined Wimbledon from Dulwich Hamlet in October 1929 and had already played for Surrey before making his senior Dons debut.
He left for Hayes in 1930, as part of the contingent of five, and went on to play in two Amateur Cup finals, both times on the losing side: in 1931 with Hayes, and in 1934 with Leyton. After his second final, he returned to Hayes for the first time. He gives the impression of yo-yoing across London from West to East and back throughout the 1930s. For in 1935 he went to Harwich & Parkeston, back to Hayes in 1938, and finally back to Harwich in January 1939. He also guested for Hayes in a league match on Christmas Day 1937.
During his three stints at Hayes, he totalled 139 appearances and scored 13 goals, often spectacular, long-range efforts.
1929/30: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0
1930/31: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0
- Total: Appearances: 0 - Substitute: 0 - Goals: 0
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