Tim Coleman
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"John George "Tim" Coleman" was an English football (soccer)/footballer.

Coleman was born in Kettering, Northamptonshire, and first played for local non-league sides, Kettering Town F.C./Kettering Town and then Northampton Town F.C./Northampton Town in 1901. He was signed by Football League Second Division/Second Division Arsenal F.C./Woolwich Arsenal in the summer of 1902, and immediately became a regular goalscorer for the club.

Coleman made his debut against Preston North End F.C./Preston North End on 6 September 1902, and in his first season was top scorer with 17 goals in 30 matches, as Arsenal finished third. The following season he broke his own record and scored 23 goals in 28 games, which along with strike partner Tommy Shanks' 25 goals, helped Arsenal to second spot and thus promotion to the Football League First Division/First Division. Coleman found 1905–06 in English football/1905-06, his first season at the top, tough going (he only scored five goals), but the following season he scored 15 in 34 matches. Coleman's season was topped with Arsenal reaching the FA Cup semi-finals (which they lost to Newcastle United F.C./Newcastle United), and his one and only cap for England national football team/England, against Northern Ireland national football team/Ireland on 16 February 1907.

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It could've very easily been seven instead of two. Then it's a one-score game. I couldn't see it. The referee was right on top of the call and he said he was out of bounds.

We come out and drive the ball right down the field, but we couldn't capitalize. If we can't put the ball in the end zone, we can't win big football games.