Cohen Weenan Football Captains 1907-08 (16- 30)

16 Bob McRoberts- Chelsea. The Scottish centre forward was already 31 when he joined Chelsea from Small heath. He also served as a defender. was Chelsea's first ever £100 signing, playing in their first League game in September 1905. McRoberts made 104 league appearances for the Blues, who finished the 1907–08 season 13th in Division 1.

17 William Maxwell - Bristol City. Forward Maxwell joined City in 1905. The Scotsman played 125 games and scored 61 goals for Bristol. After retiring as a player he managed the Belgium national team. Bristol City were 10th in Division 1 in 1907–08.

18 Ernest Needham- Sheffield 
United.  Needham was a giant of the game  In 19 years at Sheffield United he made 554 appearances and scored 65 goals, winning one First Division Championship and 2 FA Cups.  An England captain, he made 16 international appearances. Sheffield United ended the 1907–08 season at 17th in Division 1.

19 Alex Raisbeck- Liverpool. The Scottish international played 340 games for Liverpool between 1898 and 1909, winning the First Division Championship on 2 occasions. 8th place in for Liverpool in 1907–08.

20 Charlie Roberts - Manchester United. The model centre half won two First Division Championships and the FA Cup with United, for whom he made  299 appearances. Remarkably he only played 3 internationals for England. United were league champions in 1907–08.

21 Tom Holford - Stoke. Tom Holford left Stoke for Manchester City at the end of the 1907-08 season. During his time at Stoke he played in  269 first team games. He was capped once by England. Stoke ended the 1907–08 season at 10th in Division 2 but resigned from the league due to financial difficulties.

 22  Tommy Hynds - Leeds City. Hynds only spent one season at Leeds City. The Scottish centre half had previously played for Celtic, Manchester City and Woolwich Arsenal. On leaving Leeds he finished his playing days at Heart of Midlothian. Leeds City ended the 1907–08 season at 12th in  Division 2.

23 Bill Jenkinson - Gainsborough Trinity. Centre forward Jenkinson was captain of Trinity in the 1907-08 season, in which they finished 11th in Division 2. 

 24 H.H Fletcher- Grimsby Town. Grimsby Town reached the Quarter-finals of the FA Cup  but having come 18th in  Division 2 had to apply for re-election ( in which they were successful ).

25 Bill Henderson - Clapton Orient. Much traveled Scottish right back Henderson made 47 league appearances for Orient in the seasons 1906–1908. In 1907-08 they finished 14th in Division 2.

26 Billy Bannister- Leicester Fosse. Bannister was a defender who had won 2 England caps in 1902 when playing for Burnley and Bolton Wanderers. He worked as a coal miner before turning professional. Fosse were runners up in  Division 2 in the 1907-08 season, winning promotion.

27 Fred Barron- Burnley. Pictured here in  the club's unlucky green strip, Barron made 423 appearances in thirteen seasons with Burnley. He played at wing-half. Burnley finished the 1907-08 Division 2 season in 7th.

28 James Comrie - Glossop North End. Comrie spent only one season at Glossop during the course of his travels. A native of Stirling he played most of his first class football for Third Lanark. Comrie was killed in action in 1916. The 1907-08 season saw Glossop finish 17th in Division 2.

29 David Walders - Oldham Athletic.  Centre half Walders joined Oldham Athletic at the start of the 1907–08 season and spent 4 seasons at the club.  It was Oldham's first season in the league and they did well, coming 3rd in Division 2. 

30 Ben Warren-Derby County. Ben Warren played 22 times for England. He made 242 Football League appearances for Derby, scoring 19 goals.1907-08 was his last season at Derby. He moved to Chelsea and after suffering a career threatening injury he began to suffer from mental health problems, including paranoid delusions. Sadly he died in a mental hospital in 1917.

Derby County were 6th in  Division 2 at the conclusion of the 1907–08 campaign.