Thomas McIntosh was manager-secretary of Doncaster Rovers, Middlesbrough
FC and Everton FC. He was born in February 1879 and played for
Doncaster Rovers before becoming secretary in 1902. He moved to
Middlesbrough nine years later and joined Everton in July 1919. He
was most famous for spotting and signing Dixie Dean. He was well
respected and liked by both players and management. Under McIntosh's
guidance, Everton won the FA Cup and Football League Championship.
He died from cancer in October 1935 and was eventually replaced as
manager-secretary at Everton by Theo Kelly.
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