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|Full Name||Buchanan Sharp|
|Date of Birth||2 November 1894|
|Place of Birth|| Alexandria,|
|Debut||28 February 1920|
|Games (goals)||72 (23)|
|Other clubs|| Clydebank Juniors|
Vale of Leven
Buchanan Sharp (2 November, 1894–1956) was a Scottish inside forward who was at Chelsea from 1919-1923. He had previously played for Clydebank Juniors and Vale of Leven in Scotland, and after three seasons at Stamford Bridge went on to appear for Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City, Nelson and Southport.
Sharp began his career with Clydebank Juniors before playing for Vale of Leven. In 1919 he joined Chelsea where he scored 23 goals in 72 appearances and was joint top scorer with Harry Ford in the 1922-23 season with 10 goals. The Scot signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1923 and played in three matches for Spurs. After leaving White Hart Lane, Sharp had spells with Leicester City and Nelson where he featured in 80 matches and scoring on 35 occasions. He joined Southport in 1928 and made a further four appearances - scoring once - before ending his footballing career.