George Ducker



George Ducker (September 27, 1871 – September 26, 1952) was a
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player who competed in the
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. Ducker was born in
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, Canada. In 1904 he was member of the Galt F.C. team, which won the gold medal in the soccer tournament. He played all two matches as a defender.


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* * * 1871 births 1952 deaths Canadian soccer players Canadian people of German descent Footballers at the 1904 Summer Olympics Olympic gold medalists for Canada Olympic soccer players for Canada Soccer people from Ontario Olympic medalists in football Medalists at the 1904 Summer Olympics Men's association football defenders {{Canada-footy-bio-stub