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A great historical website dedicated to the club can be found at http://www.silkmenarchives.org.uk

If you want to find who played for them in their first season 1890-1 in the Greater Manchester League, and the number of appearances they made and any goals scored this is the place to do it. Some cracking photos and anecdotes as well.

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