James McNaught (
8 June 1870– March 1919) was a Scottish footballer who was born in Dumbarton. He played as a half back. He joined Newton Heath from Linfield in February 1892. He left the club for Tottenham Hotspur in May 1898, having played in 157 games, scoring 12 goals.
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