Greens on Screen’s first page was published in January 1999. Its early purpose was to bring Plymouth Argyle a little closer to those unable to see their team, and whilst it has changed a great deal over the years, its core themes - sites and sounds for Westcountry exiles - still stand. The site was very lucky to take on the content of Trevor Scallan’s Semper Viridis in the summer of 2007, and in 2009 launched GoS-DB, a wealth of facts and figures from PAFC’s history. A year later we embarked on a complete history of Argyle, with much-valued contributions from chapter authors.
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Born: 20 June 1889
Came from: Fulham Went to: Middlesbrough
First game: 10 December 1910 Last game: 26 October 1912
Appearances: 44 (44/0) Goals: 12
Malcolm was born in Thornaby-on-Tees in 1889 and played local football for Thornaby St Mark's, Thornaby St Patrick's and Darlington St Augustine's. In 1909 he had a trial with Woolwich Arsenal before signing for Fulham, where he played just four times in little over a year before moving to Home Park in December 1910. A versatile performer who could perform equally well at half-back or centre-forward, he made a promising start with Argyle but suffered an injury which kept him out for the second half of the 1910-11 campaign.
He returned to the first team at the start of the following season and his form over the next fourteen months led to a transfer to Middlesbrough, for a fee of £1000, in October 1912. Over the next two years Malcolm made almost 100 appearances for Boro, before his career was interrupted by World War One. At the end of the conflict he joined Darlington, going on to play 166 games over the next five years. He ended his career in 1926 with a short spell at Durham City.
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APPEARANCE DETAILS [reselect competitions]
The details below reflect appearances in all first-team competitions.
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