Bert Cooke

[rugby] Albert `Bert` Edward Cooke (born 5 October 1901 in Auckland – died 29 September 1977 in Auckland) was a New Zealand dual-code international rugby footballer of the 1920s and 1930s, who represented for his country in both rugby union and rugby league. ==Early years== Born in Auckland, Cooke was educated at Hamilton East Primary and...
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Bert Cooke

Herbert Michael Cooke was a football manager. He managed Tranmere Rovers from 1912–1935, the longest spell of any manager at the club. He oversaw their first Football League match in 1921. ==Management career== Born in Birkenhead in 1882, Cooke became manager of Tranmere in 1912, and stayed in charge for 23 years, the longest spell of any manage...
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Bert Cooke

[disambiguation] Bert Cooke was a football manager. Bert Cooke may also refer to: ...
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